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Arhitektura Krušec. Home - Maggie's Centres. Saying the Four Things that Matter Most for Living and Dying Well - Dr Ira Byock 2013. The 4 things that matter most. The Four Things That Matter Most - 10th Anniversary Edition: A Book About Living: Amazon.es: Ira Byock: Libros en idiomas extranjeros. Successful aging - Wikipedia. Successful aging (American English) or successful ageing (British English) refers to physical, mental and social well-being in older age.

Successful aging - Wikipedia

The concept of successful aging can be traced back to the 1950s, and was popularized in the 1980s. It reflects changing view on aging in Western countries, where a stigma associated with old age (see ageism) has led to considering older people as a burden on society. Consequently, in the past most of the scientists have been focusing on negative aspects of aging or preventing the decline of youth.[1][2] Eudaimonia - Wikipedia. Discussion of the links between virtue of character (ethikē aretē) and happiness (eudaimonia) is one of the central concerns of ancient ethics, and a subject of much disagreement.

Eudaimonia - Wikipedia

As a result there are many varieties of eudaimonism. Two of the most influential forms are those of Aristotle[3] and the Stoics. Aristotle takes virtue and its exercise to be the most important constituent in eudaimonia but acknowledges also the importance of external goods such as health, wealth, and beauty. Re:imagine. Hosted by Grace Cathedral + OpenIDEO @ Grace Cathedral, 6:00-9:30pm No RSVP needed, the following activities are available all evening: Candlelight Labyrinth Walks.

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Walk labyrinths in candlelight and enjoy stirring music from Sam Jackson (singing bowl) and Gabriel Gold (halo) for the indoor labyrinth, and Kendra Fay (harp) and Destiny Muhammad (vocals) for the outdoor labyrinth. Walking instructions provided. The Innovation Chapel. How might we reimagine the end-of-life experience for ourselves and our loved ones? Each of our lives is a story.

How might we reimagine the end-of-life experience for ourselves and our loved ones?

Let’s re-imagine how we prepare for, share and live through the final chapter. How to Design for Death: OpenIDEO Challenges Designers to Reimagine the End of Life Experience. Of life's taboo topics, death has always been the most perplexing.

How to Design for Death: OpenIDEO Challenges Designers to Reimagine the End of Life Experience

Although we are all effected by death's slow creep or sudden onslaught, in the United States there is little formal consideration paid to how one can prepare for the end of life. In 2013, IDEO began exploring ways they could have an impact on how people approach their final days. As Paul Bennett, Chief Creative Officer of IDEO told The California Sunday Magazine, he had a simple vision for the work IDEO could do: "I don't want death to be such a downer. " As part of IDEO's ongoing investigation into new ways to design for death, they recently opened up the conversation with a design challenge on OpenIDEO, an online innovation platform that uses design to solve global challenges, engaging designers on how to reimagine the end of life experience. As the brief explains: Each year around 55 million people worldwide and over 2.5 million in the United States face the end-of-life. Más de 1000 imágenes sobre Palliative Care en Pinterest.

Dave Isay: Everyone around you has a story the world needs to hear. The art of storytelling according to StoryCorps and Humans of New York. Dave Isay and Brandon Stanton.

The art of storytelling according to StoryCorps and Humans of New York

Photo courtesy StoryCorps. Between them, Dave Isay, TED Prize winner and founder of StoryCorps, and Brandon Stanton, founder of Humans of New York, have collected more than 75,000 stories from regular people around the world. 10 questions to ask around the table. Sometime between the first bite of turkey and the last slice of pie, it’ll happen: a lull in the dinner conversation.

10 questions to ask around the table

What will you do next? If you’re breaking bread with acquaintances, you might turn small talk into smart conversation. But if you’re with family and friends and want to deepen the ties that bind, then try asking one of the following 10 questions around the table, as recommended by StoryCorps founder (and 2015 TED Prize winner) Dave Isay: How to unlock your family history. The Great Thanksgiving Listen aims to capture the stories of a generation of elders over one weekend.

How to unlock your family history

But really, these great questions from StoryCorps are useful every day. “Imagine if you were able to sit and listen to your great-great-grandparent and get to know them,” says Dave Isay of StoryCorps. BJ Miller: What really matters at the end of life. New ways to think about death. How to prepare for a good death. A redesign for death, a monument hidden in plain sight and the intelligence of a bird brain. A design competition to reimagine death. 100 percent of the human population will die, and yet, why don’t we design for this inevitable outcome?

A redesign for death, a monument hidden in plain sight and the intelligence of a bird brain

OpenIDEO, design and innovation firm IDEO’s online innovation platform, has launched a new public design challenge to “reimagine the end of life experience.” BJ Miller is an advisor on the project and with the first stage completed, read a conversation between Miller and IDEO partner Dana Cho on the stories collected thus far. Endgame: A recap of the emotional final session of TED2015. Aloe Blacc performs songs “to tell the stories of the underdog.”

Endgame: A recap of the emotional final session of TED2015

Photo: Bret Hartman/TED. Hospice Madre Teresa — HOGARES CINCO ESTRELLAS PARA ADULTOS MAYOR - Archivo Digital de Noticias de Colombia y el Mundo desde 1.990 - eltiempo.com. Alquiló un apartamento en un edificio exclusivo para adultos mayores, y llevó sus muebles y la decoración que siempre la acompañaron en su casa. Allí, en Fundama de Usaquén, en Bogotá, vive contenta, comparte jornadas de oración, el costurero, conciertos, charlas sobre música y va a misa diariamente. Lo mismo hizo Humberto Chica, arquitecto de profesión, profesor universitario durante 47 años y ex directivo del Comité Olímpico Colombiano. Bye-Bye Coffins, These Organic Burial Pods Turn Your Loved Ones Into Trees.

Death puzzles, touches and disturbs us all, while presenting a realm of unanswered questions. One thing we do know for sure is that not one of us will escape death, and so you might as well know how you want to be buried. No matter what your faith, or if you believe in an afterlife, these organic burial pods that turn loved ones into trees make the idea of death a little more comforting. In fact, these awesome burial pods make for the perfect burial ritual in so many ways. Based in Italy, the Capsula Mundi project was formed by designers Anna Citelli and Raoul Bretzel. Poetree: la urna fúnebre que te permite plantar un árbol en las cenizas.

11 fascinating funeral traditions from around the globe. Pin by Autumn Alexander on Dead but Dreaming. Fotografía post mortem. Queen bee. The term "queen bee" can be more generally applied to any dominant reproductive female in a colony of a eusocial bee species other than honey bees. Development[edit] Older queen larvae in queen cell lying on top of wax comb A queen cup Queen larvae floating on royal jelly in opened queen cups laid on top of wax comb.

Death rituals in the animal kingdom. When a Jewish person dies, according to tradition, a member of a group called the chevra kadisha stays with the body from death until burial, continually reciting passages from the book of Psalms. For those in the Catholic church, friends and family members gather together in the presence of the deceased in a ceremony called a wake. Similarly, when ancient Romans died, relatives immediately gathered around the body, reciting lamentations. The body was kept close, in the atrium of the family home, until the funeral procession began. La muerte presenta en París sus últimas tendencias – Gente – Noticias, última hora, vídeos y fotos de Gente en lainformacion. París.- El Salón de la Muerte de París abre hoy sus puertas para dar a conocer las últimas tendencias del sector funerario, desde la gestión de los decesos en las redes sociales hasta los ataúdes ecológicos personalizados, pero también para fomentar el diálogo sobre un tema que para muchos sigue siendo tabú.

"Para que caiga el tabú de la muerte, esta tiene que reintegrar la vida", explica Jessie Westenholz, una de las organizadores de la feria, que subraya que tan importante es ocuparse de la parte financiera y organizativa de la defunción como de preparar una muerte "que se parezca al fallecido". Swiss Company Turns Cremated Human Remains Into Diamonds.