How can a conversation about mortality enrich your life?

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Welcome!

In 2020, I took a class about death and found that it changed the way I viewed life. I took another training, surprised by how the discussions about dying seemed to open so much about living. A few more years down the road, and here I am — feeling into my work as a Deathwalker. 

Whether you are looking for a thought-provoking podcast episode, a class to meet your curiosity about death, an engaging speaker for your community, or end-of-life doula to guide your journey, Best Life Best Death may have what you seek. 

Read on, because the fascinating truth is, when we think about our mortality — we find out what matters most and that changes how we live.

Diane

“People who are willing to contemplate their aging, vulnerability, and mortality often live better lives in old age and illness, and experience better deaths, than those who don’t.”
—Katy Butler, The Art of Dying Well

Check out the latest podcast episodes here:

Podcast #137 Thoughts in Passing - Portraits and Stories at the End of Life with Claudia Bicen

Podcast #137 Thoughts in Passing - Portraits and Stories at the End of Life with Claudia Bicen

I reached out to artist Claudia Biçen when I learned about an installation she had created some years ago that…
Podcast #136 What Is the Arc of a Meaningful Memorial Service? Shari Stern, Celebrant

Podcast #136 What Is the Arc of a Meaningful Memorial Service? Shari Stern, Celebrant

We have probably all attended funerals that we found meaningful – and services that fell flat. What are the parts…
Podcast #135 Thoughts on Planning for the Inevitable with Sue Mackey

Podcast #135 Thoughts on Planning for the Inevitable with Sue Mackey

Nothing like talking to an expert in the field to clarify what truly matters! Sue Mackey has been working for…

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