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Death Cafe - thinking about starting an Austin chapter... :)

Death Cafe - thinking about starting an Austin chapter... :)

Death Cafe Wellington New Zealand.

Death Cafe Wellington New Zealand.

First Ever Death Cafe in Wellington, New Zealand

First Ever Death Cafe in Wellington, New Zealand

Death Cafe Wellington NZ

Death Cafe Wellington NZ

DEATH CAFE WELLINGTON NZ LAUNCH 30 March 1pm-3pm: We launched the very 1st Death Cafe in Wellington - only the 2nd ever held in NZ. We opened by creating a sacred space with an indigenous Maori Song-Blessing and one minute 'silence of presence' and closed with a one minute 'silence of gratitude'. The beautiful church venue was perfect for such a sacred sharing space, with its stained glass windows, pipe organ, acoustic architecture and baptismal font inlaid with paua shell.

DEATH CAFE WELLINGTON NZ LAUNCH 30 March 1pm-3pm: We launched the very 1st Death Cafe in Wellington - only the 2nd ever held in NZ. We opened by creating a sacred space with an indigenous Maori Song-Blessing and one minute 'silence of presence' and closed with a one minute 'silence of gratitude'. The beautiful church venue was perfect for such a sacred sharing space, with its stained glass windows, pipe organ, acoustic architecture and baptismal font inlaid with paua shell.

Death Cafe set up in New Zealand | Daily Mail Online

Meet me in the Death Cafe

Death Cafe set up in New Zealand | Daily Mail Online

Deidrianna Griffin; 012 Pin 1: This article talks about the Death with Dignity laws which allow "a terminally ill patient to hasten an inevitable and unavoidable death." It mentions how religion plays in with controversy of the law. I think it comes down to morals. Is it right to assist death? Or more morally correct to allow a loved one to live in pain until death?

Deidrianna Griffin; 012 Pin 1: This article talks about the Death with Dignity laws which allow "a terminally ill patient to hasten an inevitable and unavoidable death." It mentions how religion plays in with controversy of the law. I think it comes down to morals. Is it right to assist death? Or more morally correct to allow a loved one to live in pain until death?

The New Zealand Way of Death

The New Zealand Way of Death

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