Frank Ostaseski, a widely respected authority on compassionate end of life care, urges
us to turn toward suffering. What does he mean by that and how can we overcome our
fear to find our way there? Join me for this hour of exploration about how allowing our
own grief to affect us builds our compassion and our capacity to listen and learn.
Discover with me what Frank means when he says that the three skills we need when
we accompany others preparing for death are mastery, meaning and mystery. Frank
believes that compassion is best expressed as an intimacy with the suffering of others.