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
“Why are you here?” The host asked each of the attendees gathered around the white round table in a KFC outlet in Surulere.
“I’m curious about the meeting and wondering why people will be talking about death.”
“The only reason I’m here is ‘cos I came along with my brother, to make sure he doesn't have suicide tendencies, this one he is meeting up with people that are talking about death." This caused an outburst of laughter around the table and set Death Cafe; firmly underway for the last time in 2017, the year it first began in Lagos, Nigeria
Within the next 90 minutes ...
With Hope Ogbologugo
Dec. 3, 2017, 4.45 p.m. - 6.45 p.m. (GMT +1)
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 ...