Education. Exploration. Events.
De-mystifying death. Facing Mortality.
Exploring End-of-Life Decisions
with discussion following documentary
Tuesday, August 20 6:30pm
Knox County Hospital Urgent Care Education Room
1490 Coshocton Rd. Mt. Vernon
No Pre-Registration required. Free
How far would you go to sustain the life of someone you love, or your own?
When the moment comes, and you’re confronted with the prospect of pulling the plug, do you know how you’ll respond?
This documentary examines the complicated reality of today’s modern, medicalized death, and offers an unusually intimate portrait of patients facing the prospect of dying in ways that they might never have wanted or imagined.
Donations to In the Circle of Life welcome
Providing open exploration & discussion
without dogma, ideology or agenda
De-mystifying. No agenda. Let's talk.
over tea & coffee, cake
201 College Park Drive
When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. ~Max Plank
exploring green burials
What if our last act could be a gift to the planet? Determined that his final resting place will benefit the earth, musician, psychiatrist, and folk dancer, Clark Wang, prepares for his own green burial while battling lymphoma. The spirited Clark and his partner Jane, boldly facing his mortality, embrace the planning of a spiritually meaningful funeral and join with a compassionate local cemetarian to use green burial to save a North Carolina woods from being clear-cut.
A project of the Philander Chase Conservancy, Kenyon College’s land trust, the preserve offers a natural burial option on twenty-three acres of restored prairies and woodlands.
Located in central Knox County, approximate fifty miles northeast of Columbus, the preserve is located at 10620 Quarry Chapel Road, one mile northeast of the Village of Gambier and the campus of Kenyon College.
Kokosing Nature Preserve
Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside us while we live. ~Norman Cousins