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    Monday, January 16, 2012

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    Jeff Kennedy

    Thanks for sharing this, Jane! I spent the weekend in an advanced training for Zen Hospice Project volunteers where we realized as we always do that death and dying is really as you say life and living. Enjoy every sandwich ... every conversation, every poem, drive, dog walk, color ... the list is wonderfully endless.

    Claudia Schmidt

    Wow. Wow. Wow. THANK YOU so much for sharing this video. Ah, do I relate. Cancer makes you think about death so often, and I'm so sick of people talking about "fighting" cancer. It's part of our bodies, it's growing within us, how can we fight it or hate it? This is such a more sane way of dealing with any type of illness. XO

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