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What is

END IN MIND?

End in Mind’s mission is to ignite transformative conversations in communities about intentional and purposeful living now and through the end of life.

It is much better to be ready, to anticipate rather than pretend life is constant.

Bruce Kramer

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Recent Posts

17 hours ago

End in Mind

"There is only one day left, always starting over: it is given to us at dawn and taken away from us at dusk. "

Jean-Paul Sartre

Learning how to have healing conversations at any stage of life, with thanks to Michael Bischoff and the Health Story Collaborative with support from our friends in Scott and Carver counties. A new blog entry.

www.endinmindproject.org/the-courage-to-be-real/
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There is only one day left, always starting over: it is given to us at dawn and taken away from us at dusk. 

Jean-Paul Sartre

Learning how to have healing conversations at any stage of life, with thanks to Michael Bischoff and the Health Story Collaborative with support from our friends in Scott and Carver counties. A new blog entry.

https://www.endinmindproject.org/the-courage-to-be-real/

3 days ago

End in Mind

Rock musician David Crosby at age 77 in a recent interview from musicradar.com.

“Most people… don’t want to think about the fact that dying is part of life,” acknowledges Crosby. “I…” he pauses, briefly. “I’m at the end of my life, so I have to look at it. At least to the degree where I say, ‘Well, I have a limited amount of time. How am I going to spend it?’ What you’ve got to do is figure out what really matters to you and do that - and only that - and do that to the best of your ability, as much as you can, in the time that you have.”
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Rock musician David Crosby at age 77 in a recent interview from musicradar.com. 

“Most people… don’t want to think about the fact that dying is part of life,” acknowledges Crosby. “I…” he pauses, briefly. “I’m at the end of my life, so I have to look at it. At least to the degree where I say, ‘Well, I have a limited amount of time. How am I going to spend it?’ What you’ve got to do is figure out what really matters to you and do that - and only that - and do that to the best of your ability, as much as you can, in the time that you have.”

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Out of the emptiness that was once the surety of my life came the question, "What will you be from here into eternity?"

Bruce Kramer