The calming voice, vast insight, and sensitivity of Frank Ostaseski, founder of the Metta Institute, ease us into the world of someone close to death.Through the sharing of his experiences as a caregiver he makes clear how even in the struggling that can be a part of dying, one can find rest. A caregiver's role is to really be with the person approaching the end of life, to be attentive to unspoken needs, in order to help the dying person be fully with himself. This openness and attentiveness can assist both caregivers and people at the end of life to find a place of rest right where they are.


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  • Learn more about restoring a life affirming relationship to dying from the Metta Institute
  • Read about what really matters at the end of life.
  • Practice these words of poet Naomi Shihab Nye: "Walk around feeling like a leaf. Know you could tumble any second. Then decide what to do with your time."

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