A founder of the nation’s first Buddhist hospice talks about the practice of mindful, compassionate care of the dying. Frank Ostaseski highlights the lessons learned near death that might encourage living fully.

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  • Frank Ostaseski founder of the Zen Hospice Project and the Alaya Institute.

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