Look, we're stressing about global warming and war and our planet's death as well as our individual deaths, so we're passing that on to our nice listeners. We try to make meaning of our species' death as well as our own personal deaths - can death be something we learn to accept and welcome without diminishing and/or deadening our lives while we're still alive?
Media mentioned: The Biggest Little Farm (documentary) and Learning to Die (book.)
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