Reluctant Death Cafe - oops, didn't see the previous write-up
At our most recent death cafe we had 17 people plus one couple who did not come expecting to find us. The woman pulled up a chair, sat down and joined right in the conversation. However, the man said he was not interested but stodd by her side. He ended up staying and talking the most.
Death conversation happens, whether you think so or not!
Have you seen the recent Showtime series Time of Death? I've heard its really good. You can watch the first episode for free.
Hot topics at the November 16 Ann Arbor Death Cafe:
What do you do with your stuff when you die? Did you know your Facebook page remains active?
What do you want to pass down? What stories do you tell your children? What is your culture and what does it say about living and dying? Do you have family traditions around death? Are they different than your grandparent's stories?
We as humans are about creating connections and giving life meaning. It's all about caring.
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Join us next time, December 21, same time, same place. You'll be glad you did.