It’s important for those near death to be thanked for their contributions before moving on
Produced by Heard Not Seen Media, Inc. dba ImaginePodcasting.com
Julie Kramer worked in the corporate world for twenty years before deciding that she wanted to follow a more spiritual path. For Julie, a new direction meant living from her heart and her soul as a hospital and hospice chaplain.
In her new role, she learned how to communicate in a more valuable and healing manner with the dying and their families, ultimately discovering what the dying need most from their loved ones.
Join co-host Kim as she learns how important it is for those near death to be thanked for their contributions before moving on.
Graceful Passages: https://garymalkin.bandcamp.com/album/graceful-passages-a-companion-for-living-and-dying
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Produced by Heard Not Seen Media, Inc. and ImaginePodcasting.com