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… Dr. Elvira Parravicini describes her neonatal hospice program (starts at 16:00) … “Take care of your newborn and your newborn will tell you what to do … follow them … it’s always a mystery … this sense of lack of power leaves room to the Mystery that comes and casts light on doubts … […]

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“I work as a psychologist in a hospital, and I deal in particular with pregnancy issues. A woman and her husband tried to have children for a long time, and last February the long-awaited pregnancy finally began. One month later, the woman was diagnosed with cancer. The doctors didn’t give her any hope of survival, […]

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… a grade school teacher’s suicide reveals our (therapeutic) culture’s reduction of grief to a disease that needs to be cured … rather than a mysterious journey on which we accompany each other. Wikipedia IMDb Rotten Tomatoes streams on Netflix

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an article about Dr. Elvira Parravicini and her work in neo-natal hospice … “The only road is reality. Reality speaks. The baby gives us all the signs we need, because he is given, to the parents and to me, to us, who cannot define his destiny. Only the One who gave it knows where it […]

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… join us Oct 19-21 …

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“ … I begin to look at reality as a friend, every circumstance as a friend, and whoever enters my horizon,regardless of the intentions with which she or he does it,right or wrong,sets me in motion.If each of us does not respond to this, life passes by for us without achieving the goal for which […]

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risk on life …

September 4, 2012

in Spirituality

"The politics of death is bureaucracy, routine, rules, status quo. The politics of life is personal initiative, creativity, flair, dash, a little daring.   The politics of death is calculation, prudence, measured gestures. The politics of life is experience, spontaneity, grace, directness.   The politics of death is fear of youth. The politics of life […]

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before I die …

August 31, 2012

in Spirituality

Be honest about your desire … make a wish before dying … John Waters invites people to write their last dream on walls … but the revolution is expressed in the question itself … I have become intrigued by the worldwide invitation “Before I Die,” for people to write their greatest desires on public spaces. […]

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I talk to parents and to children, and they don’t know where to turn. They’re so frightened. They’re standing in front of the mystery and are suddenly asking themselves what they can do – they call it bargaining with God, but I think it’s much deeper than that. It’s realizing that you haven’t been busy […]

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