Death with Dignity by Carol P. Christ

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“Tears, sorrow, and disappointment are bitter, but wisdom is the comforter in all psychic suffering.”

Carl Jung, Mysterium Coniunctionis, Page 246, Para 330.

My friends: I’ve just returned from a long weekend in the mountains of North Carolina, where we relished some delicious fall colors before being surprised by the first snow. As we enjoyed Nature’s spectacular reminder of  life’s never-ending cycles, the personal drama of Brittany Maynard’s dying and death was played out on a national stage. I fully support her decision to die with dignity and am pleased to reblog this post about it by Carol P. Christ. My deepest sympathies go out to Brittany’s loved ones. Jeanie

 

 

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