I'm the only one in my family who believes that death is actually when the fun starts, so I'm the perfect person to manage the process, because I can stay out of story and stay matter of fact. My Mother, on the hand, believes that we're "Six dollars worth of chemicals and when we die, it's lights out, and back we go into the earth." After she saw the movie Coco, she amended that to include: "And we live on the memories of others." So she is like Eeyore on Crack and even if I meditated until my face fell off, eventually I'll snap.
Rewriting your own script in the clown car pileup era of American history. "This body, that air, forward, Yes! Is episode #1 of the Packing for Crazy Town Podcast featuring Dianne m. Connelly, co-founder of the Tai Sophia Institute, author of "All Sickness is Home Sickness, Awake and Alive, and Medicine Words." She languages us a conversation big enough to turn around in" and we're just getting started.