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Has anyone in your inner circle died? Do you dread the day when a loved one will inevitably leave you behind? Are you afraid to bear the pain of losing a family member? Worried that you are not resilient enough to keep peace and joy in your life? Do you want to make the most of the time you still have together without any regrets?
I’ve been there, and it can feel overwhelming.
There came a point in my life where I began to realize that the people I loved were going to start dying. My mother-in-law was in her nineties, my parents were approaching their eighties, and my husband had already outlived his father. I had already said goodbye to others. How could I handle losing the people who I loved the most?
I started to think that death was stalking me. But as I learned to accept that the Grim Reaper was just doing his job, I began to accept him as part of my network. I found a way to make friends with death. As my loved ones started to die, I knew that death is nothing personal, and I opened my heart to death. So can you!
Carpooling With Death covers my journey to accept death as a part of life from the guidance I found through my Buddhist practice and the clarity I gained in understanding where to find support and how to recreate my new life.
In this audiobook, you will:
- Learn to acknowledge death as a partner who makes life more poignant
- Discover how to build happy memories in the face of death
- Learn how to use the key teachings of Buddha to manage your grief
- Discover how other people's attitudes about death impact their ability to support you in your time of need
This book is like having a best friend who knows the ropes and is willing to share everything with you so that you too will emerge from your time with death, stronger, wiser, and fearless.
About the author: Margaret is a Buddhist practitioner who might carpool with the Grim Reaper, but wishes that he would stay out of her kayak and off her paddle board. Especially when he is not willing to do any of the work! Her two cats teach her humility and subservience on a regular basis.