The language of dying has been lost from our cultural vernacular. Few people are able to perceive the physical evidence of dying, to navigate and interpret its mysterious clues. These navigators are suggestive of helmsmen guiding a ship by watching the minuscule light and dark of the water's surface for signs of wind and storm, naming tangible signs for an incomprehensible process.
By Jody Wood. Featuring the voice of hospice director, Phyllis Tarbell
Supported by Marble House Project