when i was in Divinity School I studied with Ed Dobihal (a student of Eliz K-R) and the person who introduced Hospice to the US. i worked with him at the Branford, CT Hospice which he founded. have spent a huge chunk of my career in Pallitave Care/End of Life stuff...
Wouldn't it be great to have a director's commentary with life, in general? It would clear up so much confusion. You'd never have to explain yourself, or talk about things that make you uncomfortable. I'd probably just never talk at all.
I sometimes wish that there was a soundtrack to my life, that played the song I most needed to hear at every moment (and which I could turn off of course :P).
Holly: I didn't know you worked in palliative care. That's amazing stuff. I don't know if I would ever be able to do that sort of work.Tori: But then the director's commentary would soon need director's commentary, because the former would have to learn to censor himself, too...Wendy: I've mostly got that, 'cause I've always got one song or another stuck in my head.
I don't know if you'll read this sunce I'm commenting on an old post.I remeber that movie. It was so emotionally intence the girl in front of me had a seisur. I have the highest respect for hospice workers. i know what you mean about the commentary words don't really express
Post a Comment