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Sacred Passage challenges us to see death not as a tragedy or failure, but as a natural part of life that is in fact full of possibilities for the dying and their loved ones. Drawing on the wisdom of the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, it offers practical advice on how to overcome our fear and denial of death, how to appreciate the spiritual opportunities inherent in the dying process, and how to be of real assistance to the dying.
Margaret Coberly, Ph.D., R.N., has been a nurse for more than thirty years, working in inner-city trauma centers and in hospice settings. She holds a doctorate in psychology, is a faculty member at the University of Phoenix, and lectures at the University of Hawaii. Dr. Coberly is also a nurse educator and works as the director of research and development at Hospice Hawaii.