Draws on the Zen priest author's long-time work with dying patients while introducing the Buddhist approach to death and how it can enable caregivers to provide comfort and compassion to the dying, in a volume that shares Buddhist teachings, stories, and meditations on how to be present with people in the last stages of life. Reprint.
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