Posted by RevEleesabeth
Hosted by Eleesabeth Hager
Jan. 30, 2019
7:00 p.m. (pacific)
8:30 p.m. (pacific)
2222 Bush Street
San Francisco, CA
This Death Cafe has taken place
About this Death Cafe
Not only do we not talk about ‘it’, we too easily ignore this stupid (yet deepest fact) of our existence: that it will end. It’s not polite conversation…and almost taboo. In practical terms, our own deaths seem so improbable that we live our lives like immortals.
Death Cafes began in Switzerland and have grown to be a world wide movement. Just talking…because we don’t have all the time in the world. How do we use it well, (and age well) if we don’t talk about it?
Treats and Tea/Coffee provided...
Join us. You bring the talk…or you can just listen.
About Eleesabeth Hager
As a "death professional", Eleesabeth Hager is still surprised by it… and knows, for sure, that talking about the inevitable is a very good thing.
She came to be an Interfaith hospice chaplain because of the love and the difficult gifts she found at bedside when walking with her own mother on an eleven year decline into dementia.
Her previous education as a resilient techie entrepreneur and a creative Landscape Architect frames her understandings about listening to ‘what is’ and about what useful support is at bedside. She sees the nature of love and fear—as a dynamic process within the seasons of renewal...which is always a good thing to talk about.
Contact the organiser of this Death Cafe
Please also see: https://www.makingspacesacred.com/events.html