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Solving for X at the End of Life

“Here is what we learned: We are failing at dying. Instead of a time for growth, deep connection, reflection and deliverance, our ends of life are consumed by petty distractions and institutional imperatives. The dying people we interviewed had not given up on life; rather they were full of desire to mark their final days with meaningful experiences and leave their affairs in order.”

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