Circles of Existence

When looking at something as simple as a mushroom cap, it is easy to awestruck by the beauty contained in nature. The shades of purple and the white markings, which evoke the patterns on a beach-trapped sand dollar, remind us of the variations found in the natural world.

Death comes in variations as well.

When a dying person and their loved ones retain the services of a Death Doula, they are encouraged to think deeply and critically about the life of the dying person and then to consider how to honor and preserve the memory of that person’s life.

There are many ways to regard the quality of a dying person’s life and to make tangible a record of that life.

If the services of a Death Doula interest you, please reach out.

Published by Jenna Brownson

Early morning writer, mother to four, wife to one, recovering lawyer, End-of-Life Doula.

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