60 Seconds: End-of-Life Wishes.
by Diane Wyzga | March 4, 2021 | 60 Seconds, Podcast | 0 comments
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Imagine this: someone you know asks you to arrange a funeral – for their recently deceased sister – in a funeral home – with a church and a priest – in a town – out of state. The problem being the person asking you to do this favor is herself now in hospital having suffered a stroke, can barely speak, recall, or think clearly.
My sister is both brilliant and resourceful. She figured out a way to draw bits of information from her friend so she could eventually contact the church, the priest, the funeral home, and begin arrangements provided her friend was able to leave hospital to attend the funeral of her own sister.
Question: Where are your end-of-life wishes written down? Who knows them? And, if you’ve not yet gotten to this task, when will you?
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