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Thouraya commented on I Know Something About This

Jim Rosenberg Love your idea and the multi layers that come with it! Good luck!!

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Thouraya commented on Co-Creating Rather Than "Imagining" a Legacy

Chris Lee  and Morgan Meinel , thanks for taking the time to read my post and contribute - glad you like my post! I did indeed read Chris' Treating death as a part of life instead of an event outside it and absolutely loved how he articulated it all! I particularly liked the title and the point on Continuity and his point "It seems to me that we are surprised that others have the same experiences we do, especially when faced with the tribulations of life. Seeing the stories of others living a "normal" life, even as they age, even as they die is very powerful*." Absolutely agree with your last point Chris; as a matter of fact, I recently started a project called "A Likely Story" and the main idea behind it is "no matter the differences, it is likely..a likely story" (you can check the Instagram account at @alikely.story. It's still in its very early days but would love to engage you guys if interested)! Thanks for being so inspiring guys, looking forward to collaborating and having an impact on re-imagining the end of life experiences!

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Thouraya commented on Co-Creating Rather Than "Imagining" a Legacy

@Chris Lee  and Morgan Meinel  , thanks for taking the time to read my post and contribute - glad you like my post! I did indeed read Chris' Treating death as a part of life instead of an event outside it and absolutely loved how he articulated it all! I particularly liked the title and the point on Continuity and his point "It seems to me that we are surprised that others have the same experiences we do, especially when faced with the tribulations of life. Seeing the stories of others living a "normal" life, even as they age, even as they die is very powerful*." Absolutely agree with your last point Chris; as a matter of fact, I recently started a project called "A Likely Story" and the main idea behind it is "no matter the differences, it is likely..a likely story" (you can check the Instagram account at @alikely.story. It's still in its very early days but would love to engage you guys if interested)!

Thanks for being so inspiring guys, looking forward to collaborating and having an impact on re-imagining the end of life experiences!