What you’ll find here are thoughtful ruminations on the journey from life to the afterlife, on the challenges of aging, death, if and how we will be remembered, why men struggle, and our wonderings about what lies beyond death. My role is finding wise people who equip us with the tools, tips and techniques we need for a good trip, interviewing them on the podcast, and sharing what we learn together. Sometimes practical, often not. It’s all here for you to enjoy, for free, with my thanks.
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Ann chose a green burial for her own father, and after learning about how much better natural burial is for the environment, it’s what I want for myself as well.
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It’s been a long time, but when I heard author and sailing nomad Ann Hoffner wrote a guide to green cemeteries, I just had to have her on the show.
If you care for a senior, if you care about health care costs, if you care for people, then take the time to read this book. There it all is, beautifully written, laid out in plain language, the answer to so many of the problems that vex us.
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