Death is the secret teacher hiding in plain sight, and she helps us to understand what matters most. And the good news is that you don’t have to wait until the end of your life to realize the wisdom that death has to teach.
In this Day of Practice, Frank Ostaseski – co-founder of the first Buddhist hospice in America – shares wisdom and insights from his experience accompanying a thousand or more people through the dying process.
Frank teaches the importance of embracing our vulnerability and mortality, cultivating joy and loving awareness in the face of grief or loss, and living fully in the present moment.
We are invited to sit with death, get to know her, and let her guide us towards living a more meaningful and loving life.