Footprints in the Windsm # 1486–Why at the end of life do we make poor decisions?

Footprints in the Windsm # 1486

Why at end of life do we make poor decisions? There are several issues interrelated:

1. we don’t anymore know when someone is dying;

2. we want to hang on to life, but we have not thought about what living is for us;

3. we do not know why we want to hold on to life, what tasks we want to complete;

4. we think we can get back to life as it was 5 or 10 years ago;

5. we think science can overcome death, if not now, then in a few days, if not for others, then for us.

What others?

In the face of not knowing, how then would be best for us to prepare ourselves?

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