It’s natural to have moments – even in the course of a generally happy, mostly fulfilling life – where we question our meaning, value, and purpose. This “existential dread” sometimes culminates in an “existential crisis.” We consider how we can confront these basic questions with acceptance and curiosity, and find the meaning and purpose that can help us live good lives
What can death teach us about living well? A pioneer in the field of end-of-life care, Frank Ostaseski, joins Forrest and me to explore the fear of death, anger, true courage, and acceptance in the face of it all.
There is no more human experience than death. Learn from a true pioneer in the field of end-of-life care: Roshi Joan Halifax.