This is what I’m rushing to get finished at the moment. Are you sacred of or evasive about your death and that of loved ones around you? This book will help you I think.
Glorious Death? Human beings are curious of and frightened by their own death and the death of others they love. Death is taboo to most of us, and it is understandable that the complete unknown is terrifying so we evade it, clinging to what we know even more tightly. But I will show you in this book that there is a way to understand and to embrace death, and that when we do our lives are transformed.
Glorious Life? Life is both predictable and unpredictable; both happy and sad; both satisfying and dissatisfying, but what is certain is that we do not have control of it. Like setting sail on a stormy sea, we are at once battered by waves and wind, and the next becalmed or shrouded in dense fog. However, acceptance of our impermanence is the master key to dealing with such fluctuations; we need…
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