After retiring from a career with the Israeli police force, author Danny Blorian spent a decade volunteering his time at a hospice, bearing witness to the stories of those at the end of their lives. Hospisophy is a selection of some of the most poignant and illuminating ones . . . stories that reflect not only the end of the storyteller’s physical journey, but often the enlightening perspective of their spiritual one.
From those who have regrets to those who’ve completed their soul’s repair, those with the courage to die on their own terms to those boldly determined to make amends, each story holds a truth to be deciphered and solace for both the storyteller and the listener. Filled with deep emotion, extraordinary insight, and piercing wisdom, Hospisophy is a rare and evocative handbook on how to die and—for those willing to heed the lessons—how to live. Free on Kindle.