Posted by Chita
Hosted by Esther Bell
March 4, 2023
2:00 p.m. (Pacific Standard time)
4:00 p.m. (Pacific Standard time)
2509 NE Clackamas
This Death Cafe has taken place
About this Death Cafe
I have experienced many losses in my life since a very young age, and it has really shaped my view of the world. I find that I live my to the fullest knowing that it is very fleeting. I have found that talking about death and dying is very cathartic.
I would like to thank Esther Saule, owner of The 2509 for the use of her fabulous space for this event.
About Esther Bell
Esther (I) was born and raised in Mexico, so culturally I have a different perspective of the dying process. I feel strongly that being more informed about dying helps the individuals be more at peace.
I have been a volunteer with people that are dying for the last 20 years, and have found that talking about death and dying is transformative for people who are in the process of dying, and it also helps the people that are helping along the way.
Personal experience with the death of my brother at age 28 was a turning point in my life. It taught me to live more fully and conciously.
The death cafe model is a perfect way to get people to talk about concerns and insights about the dying process, and a great place to eat cake!
Space limited to 15 people.
Contact the host to reserve a spot by March 2nd.
Contact the organiser of this Death Cafe