Mark your calendar for Thursday April 2nd at 3pm at Wendy’s to discuss our next book club selection, Being With Dying…Cultivating Compassion and Fearlessness in the Presence of Death, by Joan Halifax.
In light of our area having quite a few senior citizens living here, Paty Rains has started a Facebook page…CoronaVirus~Give Assistance/Receive Assistance….for anyone to post there if they are in need of a little help or loving care. Our Comfort Care volunteer team members will be on call as well for anyone requiring assistance. Contact […]
Senadores aprueban muerte digna para enfermos terminales Here is the English Translation: Senators approve dignified death for terminally ill With 109 votes in favor, this legislation was approved and submitted to the Chamber of Deputies for review and, where appropriate, approval. Unanimously, the full Senate of the Republic approved a reform to article 4 of […]
Rhoda Jacobs is hosting her next Death Cafe….I urge you all to think about joining what is always a stimulating conversation in an intimate setting at her home. Details below. Please respond to her directly at: email@example.com if you plan on participating and if you need directions. Wendy Death Cafe…… Todos Santos Baja Mexico…. We’ll […]
Our post holiday book club get together, and first one of 2020, will be held Thursday, January 9th at 3pm at Wendy’s, as usual. We will be discussing two small but powerful books…The Art of Listening in a Healing Way by James E. Miller, and The Art of Being a Healing Presence by James E. […]
Here’s a lovely article about creating your “When I Die” file….We still have our Adios Amigos Kits available at Pura Vida and Amor d’Vino’s new location in La Generala Restaurant. Every resident living in Baja Sur must have one if you don’t want to leave your friends and family with a mess of everything they’d […]
Thinking Through My Fingers Let me die like a Mexican Posted on October 25, 2016 by claritamannion They say you only truly die when your name is spoken for the last time. Nowhere is this more true than in Mexico, where Día de Muertos – or Day of the Dead – takes remembering lost loved ones […]