I’d like to share with you an email I received.
“Thank you so much for your thoughtful message. Indeed, the-end-of-life experience was rather life changing and spiritual – my father was in hospice at home for about a month and a half.
I can absolutely see the impact that meaningful quotes can provide not only to hospice patients, but to the staff themselves. For my father, I was looking for quotes that were able to deliver a thoughtful and timeless message or idea. Quotes that were rooted in peace, enlightenment, and morality. I couldn’t spend too long talking with my father, because he would become fatigued easily, so succinct quotes were a blessing. I could tell that the quotes were able to calm him as well as provide clear guidance during a distressful and confusing time.
Please feel free to tell my testimony / words! I think people need help now more than ever, especially as our country faces an ageing population with an increase in elderly loneliness.”
The quote he enjoyed:
The language of he heart is compelling and has meaning for all human beings.
It penetrates beneath the waves of self-deception, emotionality, and sentimentality to real depth of feeling.
It depends not on words and concepts, but on genuine sensitivity to universal needs and values.
Knowledge of Freedom