Dr. Saul Ebema
My father always used to say, “Life is short!” as a little child, I didn’t know what he really meant until he died. The reality is that death is an inevitable part of the life cycle. Even though each one of us is aware that we will die someday, the majority of people do not stop to think about what this truly means. For many hospice patients dealing with the reality of end of life, the awareness that death is imminent and is no longer some far off future event that will take place, often brings hidden fears they may have about death to the surface.
Questions that I often get asked include; “Who will look after my family when I am gone? What did I do to deserve this? Will I be remembered? At the time of such a colossal…
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