What Really Matters

This talk, What Really Matters at the End of Life, is lovely. What matters is sensory experiences — soft things, quiet, love, and the smell of baking cookies. Also, I’d bet, baby feathers on the top of newborns’ heads. There should be more newborns available in hospice wards.

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