Life and Death: Lessons from the Dying

  • Elisabeth Kübler-Ross


I must have looked at my kitchen calendar a hundred times and read this saying often, without really grasping its meaning It was not until years later that I became aware of the symbolical meaning of the statement, when I started to work with dying patients and followed them from the day of admission to the hospital until the time of their death.


Unification Experience Impending Death Greek Culture Future Shock Funeral Ceremony 
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  1. Kübler-Ross, E. 1969. On Death and Dying. New York, Macmillan.Google Scholar
  2. The literature review is an excerpt from The Meaning of Death to be published by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross and the late René Fueloep-Miller.Google Scholar
  3. Future Shock“ poem is part of a book in preparation, Children and Death,by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, to be published by Macmillan.Google Scholar
  4. Gordon, D.C. 1970. Overcoming the Fear of Death. New York, Macmillan.Google Scholar

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