How Modern Pagans Deal with Death and Dying

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Most religions have rituals, simple or elaborate, for helping dying
people through their ordeal. Those folks who deal help the dying
person and continue on after their death, also take strength and
comfort from religion, sacred writings and others who share their
religious beliefs.  Pagan people, those without formal religions, have
varied beliefs about what happens during and after death. They may
have more private beliefs but do not usually believe in a God or gods.

Kate Bowditch, a pagan therapist, author and licensed mental health
counselor, has published a remarkable diary  of her experience caring
for her husband, in his final months. She candidly shares her feelings
and thoughts, conversations with him in a book that will be of great
value to others without formal religion and those who care for people
in the  last phase of their lives.

Learn about Kate, her thoughts and her publications
at  Katebowditch.com

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