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Dying wise: A night of Grief and Mystery

For years Harvard Educated Culture Activist, Stephen Jenkinson headed the counseling team of Canada’s largest home-based palliative care programme. He was assistant professor at a prominent medical school.

His work was the basis for the documentary film Griefwalker and he is author of the book Die Wise: A Manifesto for Sanity and Soul:

“Dying well is not a matter of enlightened self-interest or personal preference. Dying well must become an obligation that living people and dying people owe to each other and to those to come.”

You might be interested in hearing Stephen speaking at this event to be held in the Blue Mountains in March:

A Night of Grief & Mystery by Stephen Jenkinson and Gregory Hoskins

Day/Date: Thursday 16th March 2017

Time: 7 to 9.30 pm

Venue: Kindlehill School, 8 Lake Street, Wentworth Falls, NSW 2782

Tix: EventBrite


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