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End in Mind takes the universal experience of dying to help you re-imagine what it means to live fully at any stage of life.

Oasis 2020: Hope and Possibility

Watch a Replay of the Livestream to explore and honor the loss and grief we’ve experienced amid the pandemic and to look ahead to brighter days. This is our gift to you, after the crushing and confusing losses so many of us have suffered this year.

Artists such as Tesfa Wondemagegnehu, Kao Kalia Yang, Craig Minowa, and Susana De Palma will join us, along with other special guests. It’s a night of music, poetry, performances, and conversation.

In Our Hearts

A mosaic reflects the beauty in what’s broken. It takes the shards of what was and transforms them into something vibrant and new.
Our lives are mosaics of loss, but loss can lead to growth, new insights and new beginnings. Our digital mosaic honors loved ones who’ve died and the lessons they taught us.
We also salute those who live with meaning and inspiration at any stage of life. Make a donation in a loved one’s memory.
Barb Reuter


Lou Sandler, Thinking of you and Lou... missing the chance to give you a hug.


Dennis Turner


Remembering John Bramming


Joyce Kathleen Rundle


Jim Davis of Bethesda, Maryland who passed in December from COVID-19


Father, Doug Knowlton (04/26/1943 - 04/01/2019) & loyal family dog, Koda (02/14/2008 - 03/14/2020)


Steve Lufkin


Chris Shepard


Edith Miller


Carmen De La Hoz


Julie Benson; In honor of Hospice & Palliative care teams who tirelessly serve those with serious illness and at the end of life.


Barbara Brown: In memory of Michael Mayer, beloved brother.


Elizabeth Coenen: In memory of John Duggan, MD.


Lisa Haefs: Dedicated to mom.


Christy Moe Marek: In memory of my soul sister Laura who continues to inspire me to keep a possibility mindset no matter what, and to share it with others!


Jodi Melsness: Dedicated to my mom, Jeanne.


Sharon Radd: In honor of Bruce Kramer.


Stacie Saunders: In honor of Mark Saunders.


Jan Selby: In memory of my wonderful dad.


Michael Broeker: In honor of George L. Chavez, Jr.


Georgie Wurzer: In memory of Richard Wurzer.


In Memory of: Rosemary Alley... who taught me not to fear death, but to live life.


Raina Eberly: In your memory. You, who during your long struggle, taught us so much on our journey with you.


Carmen showed those around her how to live through her courage and grace in dying.


With love, in honor of the wonderful work my friend Cathy is doing to make this world a better place.

Secondhand Loss: Grieving My Identity as a Sister (Guest Post)

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Jamie Korf (right) and her late brother, Aaron Christianson (left) Navigating grief after the loss of a loved one is a long, complex, and deeply personal journey. We're grateful that writer and editor Jamie Korf has given us a glimpse of hers. In this moving and heartfelt blog post, she…

Real World Re-Entry

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If you watch the news, it would appear many people think the COVID-19 pandemic is over. All done. It really isn't, but we ARE re-entering the orbit of something that resembles "normal" life. While the isolation has been brutal for many...downright dangerous for some...I'll admit I found relief in the…

Remembering Mom by Turning Grief Into Art (Guest Post)

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Kitty Shea Mother’s Day is coming up, and it’s a holiday that elicits a wide range of emotions. For some, it’s an opportunity to celebrate the joys of motherhood. But for others—those who have lost a mother or a child, those with complicated or strained family relationships, those who yearn…

Creativity is a Powerful Tool for Healing

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A couple of weeks ago, the event I’ve been dreading for more than a decade finally happened. My beloved cat Tux, who’s been with me for virtually all of my adult life, died. On the one hand, I’m grateful because it was just about the best losing-a-pet experience one could…

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