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Fear of Death: It's About Life, Actually. Let's Talk About It Kindle Edition
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She includes great quotes from the Dali Lama, as well as analyzing the title I gave this review "Fear of dying without having really lived".
She talks about "playing it safe/staying within our comfort zone", and the "I wish I had/I wish I hadn't" thought process.
A discussion on being complete and a completion inventory, along with a discussion on poignant memories, gives us all something to think about.
The book is practical and easy to understand. It is filled with resources, tools and exercises that are thought provoking and helpful in the exploration of death and living life.
The Appendix is filled with a lengthy list of resources (books, videos, films and music) to help readers continue their journey. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who fears death and anyone who just wants to live life more fully.
This book walks us through in a very simple and well though out manner, thinking about the things in our lives that are unsettled, or left to be done. It talks about how to work through regrets or negative emotions about our past, and how to let these feelings go, or at least cope with them.
The author's main point is that our life should always be lived as if we knew we would be dying soon, and getting rid of all the extraneous "stuff" that drags us down and stops us from living our lives fully.
Anyone would benefit from this book, and taking a few minutes out of your life to examine where you are at and where you are going.