Tolstoy's "Death of Ivan Ilyich"
An intimate exploration of the range of emotions and desires a dying person experiences; an alternative perspective on what "care" means
What is a provocation or insight that might inspire others during this challenge?
It is extremely easy to commandeer the life of someone dying and force one's own agenda upon them, without truly listening to what it is they want for themselves. Does your relative truly want to be handled the way you've decided? How much input are you soliciting from them? It is important to distinguish between what's "best for them" and "best for you".