In this second and final part of my interview with death ritual photographer Klaus, we talk about food. That’s right! When the living come together, even for a funeral, food is often and important part of that ritual.
Danish photographer Klaus Bo chronicles death rituals from around the world, including Greenland, Haiti, Madagascar, Ghana, India, Indonesia and Nepal. I was so absorbed by tales of Haitian voodoo rituals, chicken caskets from Ghana, and Indonesian funeral feasts that I had to break this interview into two parts!
What does it take to travel across America in an RV with a poodle named Ringo and a 90 year old supermom with terminal cancer? And how do you open the discussion about advanced care so you are sure to get what you really want?
Spiritual hospice superstar Stephen Jenkins talks about his career caring for the aged, and the hidden blessings it brings.
Ann Hoffner is an author and sailing enthusiast, and an expert on the best places in America to find burial grounds that support environmentally friendly, green funerals. Join us as we discuss her new book “The Natural Burial Cemetery Guide: A State-by-State Guide.”
Ann Hoffner is normally out on the high seas, swabbing the poop deck, hoisting the sails, and hollering “Land ho!” But in this episode she talks about something just as environmentally friendly as sailing, but much more earthy — green funerals! Join me as Ann tells us the best places in America to go out green!