Death Cafe profile for Hope Ogbologugo
About Hope Ogbologugo:
I'm a recreational events coordinator who gets people to actively create a work-life balance through play. I'm constantly evolving and you'll be needing a re-introduction soon...lol
What brings you to Death Cafe?
Three years ago, my Mom passed away. It took me to the hardest place i've ever been. In retrospect, I realize talking about it would have made me beter prepared for the eventuality and the pain afterwards would probably have hurt a tad bit less...but death is a hard topic.
Bumping into Death Cafe in my search for answers felt like coming up for air after months and months of being locked away in a cave.
Yes, let's talk about death, let's soften the hardness, one conversation at a time.
What would you like your legacy to be?
What would you like your legacy to be? This is one question that requires some deep introspection...going off to do that. *smiles*
Thoughts for sharing:
Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest is what dies inside us while we live. - Norman Cousins
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Hope Ogbologugo's posts on the Death Cafe website
The conversation started out revolving around faith and for some others, a lack of it.
There were recounts of near-death experiences and in one particular recount, the subject had been unconscious for 3 days, throwing his family into a distraught state so much so that, as he said, after he regained consciousness, his sister would just look at him and burst into tears and for at least a month after the frightening episode, his ...
With Hope Ogbologugo
April 2, 2017, 4.00 p.m. - 6.00 p.m. (GMT)
We will be asking attendees for donations which will be used for subscription towards keeping our online group open for more people to find us on www.meetup.com/death-cafe-lagos
Three years ago, my Mom passed away. It took me to the hardest place I've ever been. In retrospect, I realise talking about it would have made me to ...