deathbed

Is it better to regret going than to regret not going?
For six years, I had the amazing gift of being able to experience with people their final days and weeks. As a hospice social worker, I got a front row seat into the lives of those precious souls. Everyone's story was different, but each held common threads and similar regrets.
I'm no Zen master sitting on remote mountaintop emptying his mind so that there is nothing there, but the present moment
When I tell people I had cancer, they usually feel bad for me. Yet, I feel that I'm lucky because the fragility of life has been woven into the fabric of my being.
“This was the most common regret of all. When people realize that their life is almost over and look back clearly on it, it
What will you say on your deathbed? Hopefully, you won't say, "I wish I had watched more television." On the other hand, you
This is called "telling a story." It is what politicians (and journalists, for that matter) are supposed to do. The better