The short film “Moving On” touched me both as a daughter who made care choices for dying parents, and as a metastatic lung cancer patient who is likely facing death sooner rather than later. It’s especially poignant since I spent yesterday in a workshop about palliative care and end of life. I needed several tissues after the subtle headshake, yet the tears were cathartic.
I pray all of us and our loved ones will make the most of whatever time we have together, and know when it’s time to let go of the yarn — whether for ourselves or for those in our care.
Please remember to touch and be touched by your loved ones before the yarn is all gone.
Thanks to Lucy Goddard Kalanithi for sharing the link.