Sometimes the medical community just doesn't let people die. I'm interviewing Donna Corso, the author of "When the Wind Chimes Chime". We'll be talking about life and death and how hard it can be for the living to let people move on. Most of us don't want to die because we have so much to live for. Some people don't have the choice. When it is time, we could be so much more helpful if we hold death as the opportunity for a new (or return to) life in an old familiar spiritual world.

In particular, the book tells the story of a little boy with terminal cancer who's parents wanted their son to die in peace (as did the son). The medical community wouldn't allow that and insisted on many painful procedures even though it was known they wouldn't be helpful.

We really do need to re-frame death and Donna is a great spokesperson for that. Be sure to tune in and be uplifted by this interview.

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