Sunday Round Up About Death and Dying
Our weekly round up of interesting articles that discuss death and dying culled from various corners of the web.
By: Nancy Comiskey, Indianapolis Monthly
Following our daughter’s death, my husband and I saw no end to the grief. Yet we have somehow discovered meaning, hope, and even joy after life’s most terrible loss.
By: Matthew O’Reilly, TED
B: Kelly Conaboy, Gawker
Right now, in a place you’ve never visited, a person you’ll never know is dying. If he’s dying in a particularly devastating way—and, more importantly, if he is leaving behind shareable content—it is possible that millions of strangers will mourn his or her death tomorrow. Why?
By: Dr. Anand Veeravagu, MD, The Daily Beast
Recent news has been scattered with stories of people thought to be dead, but ‘waking up’ hours later. Death isn’t as black and white as we may think.
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