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Announcing the 6th Annual Art of Dying Conference in NYC:Presented by the Open Center, the three-day event will be held October 13 through October 16, 2017
Brian Eno’s “The Quiet Room” Meshes Art with Wellness:Eno uses visual art and music to make hospital stays more relaxing for patients
Tag Archives: Living Life to the Fullest
- Chuck Palahniuk
What Is Occupational Therapy and Its Benefits at End of Life? An Interview with Suzanne Roche, Part Two
A look at how occupational therapy relates to end of life
Today is part two of our two part interview (read part one here) with Suzanne Roche, an occupational therapist located in Northern California. Suzanne currently works in a nursing home, and she was kind enough to sit down with SevenPonds … Continue reading
Artworks that remind us to live life to the fullest
Memento mori is a Latin phrase that literally means, “remember to die.” As an art form, it has encompassed but is not exclusive to memorial art, and serves to this day as a reminder to live life fully and mindfully. … Continue reading
Life is short. Smile while you still have teeth!
Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel argues that the increasing ideal of “the American immortal” prevents people from realizing the various burdens—both physical and mental—of living past 75
In a recent article from The Atlantic, Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel discusses why he adamantly wants to die when he is 75 and hopefully no later. His main argument, before delving into the scientific research that backs up his opinion, is … Continue reading