Looking Up

Many people find that at the end of their lives that they wish to spend time in nature. This is a common occurrence that reflects our very human desire to be part of something large and important. And many find that looking up to the skies helps to put their lives into perspective.

When I work with my clients, I encourage a foray into nature so that the dying person can gain insight and inspiration. Sometimes we walk, sometimes we sit, always we breathe in the outdoors.

If you or a loved one wants to explore this sort of reconnection, please reach out to Jenna at 978.760.0482 or jenna@wisestpath.com

Published by Jenna Brownson

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

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