The Divine Art of Dying

Karen Speerstra, Herbert Anderson

The Divine Artwork of Dying seems on the distinctive second when an individual turns towards loss of life and examines what the dying individual and their caregivers can count on. Based mostly on the writer’s personal present expertise, it’s about how we would die effectively and reside effectively as much as the very finish of our bodily existence. Combining private tales with stable analysis on palliative and hospice care, this guide identifies the selections the dying one and his or her family members and mates should make. In contrast to different books on dying, The Divine Artwork of Dying takes a broader method than only a medical one. It isn’t a “case guide” however reasonably a effectively built-in have a look at the divine artwork of residing and dying to the fullest, that features religious insights from many sources together with references from literature, films, and present tradition.
Karen Speerstra is an award-winning writer. Her earlier Divine Arts title Sophia: The Female Face of God (ISBN: 978-1611250046) received the 2013 Nautilus gold award. Written in a really readable fashion, The Divine Artwork Of Dying addresses actual and customary fears and the challenges of letting go and handing over a life. The guide introduces new ideas to the physique of writing on loss of life and dying.
It explains the medical complexities of end-of-life selections and provides useful recommendation to caregivers to the dying in each chapter.
and authentically chronicles the writer’s personal dying course of.
Foreword by writer and internationally acknowledged authority on hospice and palliative care Dr. Ira Byock.