In Debbie Pepin’s case (pictured) the adults got into trouble. Debbie who lives in Austin, Texas, USA is a speaker, writer, entrepreneur, educator, and advocate for talking openly about and making plans for the one certainty of life—death. “During middle school, I came home one day eager to talk about a philosophical tidbit shared by a […]
sharing our experiences.
We had a great discussion about the things you need to do to be well- organised in the event of your demise, at the North Sydney Rotary lunchtime meeting, from 1pm March 5, 2020. The organisers said we had a ‘full house’ with every member attending. The following list might make you go cross-eyed. But […]
‘Come and listen to Margaret at our next Waverton Hub Speakers’ Presentation: 2pm at the Waverton Uniting church hall, 75 Bay Rd Waverton Tuesday 4 February. No need to book – free entry – all invited.’
A shout out about the Good Life Good Death Expo being held in Brisbane, tomorrow December 1, 2019. Its promotion says: “No taboos, embracing all of life” which makes it a perfect project to share through Good Grief. The people behind the expo are ‘Compassionate Communities’. This is: “A global movement working to shift the […]
A great little gathering in country NSW at Singleton, population nearly 17,000, last Thursday, November 14. The group gathered at the public library to talk about A Good Death but went away bursting with ideas about how to make death better in their own community? (It was very satisfying to be the catalyst for this.) […]