Monday, January 18, 2021
6:00pm–7:30pm PST (Pacific Standard Time)
a monthly program
Nothing has brought the fragility of life to the front and center as the Covid-19 pandemic. Intellectually, we may feel that we have prepared for the losses that we know are on the horizon, but when we experience the loss of a loved one, or are confronted with our own mortality, we may find it rattles us in unexpected ways.
Please join us for the inaugural session of this program in the spirit of Death Café, an open discussion of whatever death related topics we have on our minds. When we take the time to calmly reflect on the inevitably of death, it can enable us to find the space to consider what we want for ourselves, and to take steps to prepare to make the best of things before our time comes.
Janice Polizzi is a long time Buddhist Practitioner who has 18 years of experience sitting at the bedside in hospice care.
MaryEllen Kirkpatrick is a Buddhist practitioner, Spiritual Program Coordinator at Ocean of Compassion Buddhist Center, with experience in hospice.
This is a free event. Donations are appreciated.