Sharing Death

Sharing Death Nothing had prepared me for any part of this death walk – not the teachings about everlasting life I received in church as a child, nor the accounts of Near Death Experiences I had seen sensationalized on television during my teenage years, nor all my time spent studying ancient death rituals as an art historian and archaeologist. I was not equipped for the grace that infused my life throughout this death journey and has remained long after that initial surgery. And, as I recovered, I found myself equally ill prepared to return to my ordinary life with all … Continue reading Sharing Death