End of Life Wisdom

by Julie November 4, 2013

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Just finishing a short book written by a hospice doctor, I am left feeling the profundity of the end of life wisdom. It is the greatest and most potent wisdom we can ever hear, yet we rarely think of it. In fact, many people discount end of life wisdoms as hallucinations or coping mechanisms brought on by pain relieving drugs. This one paragraph sums it up:

 

“Don’t worry, and don’t let anyone pull you away from your passion. Every soul can help the world if it’s done in pure passion and with unconditional love for others. And what you do for them is wonderful as well. It is all mutually rewarding. It’s for your own heart too.”

 

He then goes on to quote a hospice patient who has been visited with great wisdom, “Work with love and kindness in all you do, every second of every day. Forgive yourself when you fail.” WOW, what is more important than that??

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    Mary Jones December 6, 2013 at 4:22 pm

    Thanks Julie. I was looking for a little inspiration this morning and decided to check into your blog. Love this quote, which I just put into the note section of my phone for reference later today. LOVE the picture too!

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    Julie December 9, 2013 at 5:13 pm

    Glad you found this helpful! I really am glad when people use this as a resource.

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    Janet June 3, 2014 at 7:30 pm

    Do you plan to have any Women’s Retreats in 2015 ? What are your program plans for 2015 ?

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    Julie June 3, 2014 at 9:45 pm

    Janet,

    No plans for 2015 yet! I will post those at the beginning of 2015! Thanks for your enthusiasm!

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