Tomorrow the plum blossoms
Oct 2, 2020-- This beautifully moving film features Aralyn Doiron, a delightful woman who has trained to be a Death Walker, someone who values a relationship with death and someone who values life. She suggests that it is only when we acknowledge that we are going to die one day, that we can truly start to live. The fact that many of us are separated from death is a disconnect from our humanity. She encourages having normal conversations about death, something we don't usually talk about, bringing death more into our lives in an enlivening way. Death teaches us about impermanence and about valuing what we have in the moment. (3017 reads)
Read Full Story
Search by keyword:
It all depends on whether you have things, or they have you.
Subscribe to DailyGood
We've sent daily emails for over 16 years, without any ads. Join a community of 246,411 by entering your email below.