The Art of Dying Well Tuesdays, once a month for 6 months, 1:30-3:30pm 2019: September 24, October 29, November 19, December 17 2020: January 14, February 11 (While this is a come-when-you-can group, we hope you will plan to attend as many in the series as you are able)
Using 6 short pieces of fiction as our mother tongue, this series of conversations explores the dream of “the good death” as fodder for considering our own dying. We will read one piece of fiction each month in preparation for our monthly shared inquiry which will range from the logistical to the spiritual.
September 24: "The Boundary" (Wendell Berry)...on family and dying October 29: "Fidelity" (Wendell Berry)...on community and dying November 19: "Self-Reliance" (Edith Pearlman)...on integrity in dying December 17: The Snows of Kilimanjaro (Ernest Hemingway)... on courage and dying January 14: Gunnar's Sword (Carol Bly)...on grace and dying February 11: The Great Way is Not Difficult (John Tarrant)...on spirituality and dying
Cost: a sliding fee scale of $15-$40 per session is requested Please let us know you plan to come: firstname.lastname@example.org