Preparing for the death of a loved one – ROJoson’s notes
All persons will die one day. Scientists have studied that the upper limit of longevity of human beings is at best 125 years, however, the odds is 1 in 10,000. Age at death of the world’s oldest person has not increased since the 1990s. The oldest human being on record is Jeanne Louise Calment, who died at age 122 in 1997.
Evidence for a limit to human lifespan
Nature volume538, pages257–259 (13 October 2016)
Let us all prepared for death so that we can help ourself and our loved ones.
Here are some notes that I collected from the Net – preparing for death of a loved one. I also included how to prepare death for ourselves.
How to Prepare for Death in Your Own Home
No one wants to face death, yet no one can escape it. What we can do is hope our own death is comfortable, peaceful, and meaningful.
Preparing for death should start before you even receive a terminal diagnosis.
One of the most important things you will do as you prepare for death is reviewed your life. This is the step most people talk about when they discuss regrets, accomplishments, hopes, and dreams. Doing a life review is a way to bring closure to a dying individual. It can also serve as a legacy of life to the dying individual’s loved ones.
Whether you decide to do an internal life review or record your life story for loved ones, reviewing your life is an important step to take as you prepare for death
The Art of Dying Well
Living Well – Dying Well
Dying Well – Living Well
Art of Living Well – Art of Dying Well
Art of Dying Well – Art of Living Well
Learning to Die – Learning to Live
Learning to Live – Learning to Die
Since we have born, we have to die one day.
There are three things sure about death.
- One day we will die.
- No one knows the exact time of death.
- No one knows how we will die.
Death is something that we all have to face sooner or later.
The best way to prepare for death is to live every day as if it is the last. Have no regrets.