A (very unexpected) lesson after losing someone
Episode 17 is on a topic I never expected (or wanted to) discuss at all, but sometimes life throws you a curveball, right? Today's episode is about the very unexpected lesson I learned when I lost my grandmother this past weekend.
Links mentioned throughout the show:
- Dr. Brene Brown's book Daring Greatly
- Henri Nouwen's book The Way of the Heart
- Pema Chodron's book When Things Fall Apart
Quotes mentioned throughout the show:
- "Life is like getting into a boat that’s just about to sail out to sea and sink."
- "Compassion is not a relationship between the healer and the wounded. It’s a relationship between equals." — Dr. Brene Brown
- "I did then what I knew how to do. Now that I know better, I do better." ― Dr. Maya Angelou
- "It is folly for a man who has a dead person in his house to leave him there and go to weep over his neighbor’s dead."
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Special thanks to Mario Callejas for providing the music for the Kin show and to his wife Tate for the intro! Check out Mario's music on Spotify.