The end of summer often brings a reunion of neighbors who have returned home following a holiday away — even if a brief break meant going to visit family or friends the next town over. During this special time, conversation often drifts toward, “Where did you go? What did you do? How was it?”
Imagine if there was a similar, quite simple Q&A process at the end of each of our lives, one in which we were asked, “Where did you go? What did you do? How was it?”
Would you look back with a smile, knowing that you gave it everything you had or would you feel pangs of regret over not seizing opportunities for fun, laughter, or meaningful exchange?
I’m thankful for Elisabeth’s messages as they’re often just the right voice in my ear, reminding me that especially in these uncertain times, it’s important to do everything you can, to “live, so you do not have to look back and say, “God, how I have wasted my life.”
Wishing you a bountiful August!
President, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Foundation
Check out our new partnership with University of Wisconsin Madison’s Grief Support Specialist Certificate!
Check out Expo 216’s newest events and exhibit coming in August and September. Expo 216 is a specialty museum “galleries” whose mission is to encourage conscious living through heightened awareness of social and environmental issues. They’re hosting a great fashion show in August that features Death & Dying themes (really!) and an exhibit in September that highlights the history of hospice, the Five Stages of grief and Elisabeth’s legacy. Click here to learn more!
Joan Marston, EKR Foundation Board Member (second from left), meeting with the Chaplaincy group from Lesotho, who are doing their practical placement at Sunflower Children’s Hospice.
Dianne Gray, EKR Foundation President met with Washington DC’s Capital Caring CEO Malene Davis & along with fellow EKR Foundation board member Stephen Connor, attended Capital Caring’s fundraising concert that featured Olivia Newton-John, Beth Nielsen Chapman and Amy Sky, all featured above.
EKR Foundation board member, Dianne Gray presented on Elisabeth’s work at the Optum Hospice Pharmacy Services annual conference in Columbus, Ohio. Here with Optum’s hospice pharmacist, Melissa Hunt.
Elisabeth’s son, Ken Ross, visited Paliar, a palliative care clinic in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Here he is with Cynthia Frahne, Laura Aresca, & Victoria Abramovich. The Foundation is hoping to work further with our new friends here in South America.
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