Published on January 14, 2020
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2. Description 'A helpful reminder that no one escapes this life alive, Lori Ericksonâ€™s Near the Exit is a travel text and an act of religious exploration, presenting spiritual meditations from some of the holiest places on Earth....Showing how coping mechanisms and spiritual practices from around the world can be valuable for learning more about our own lives and eventual deaths, Near the Exit is an ideal guidebook to facing the inevitable with religious or spiritual perspective.' â€”Foreword Reviews 'This bookâ€™s journey to spiritual places near and far is worth taking.' â€”Library Journal , starred reviewâ€œOpen-hearted and soulful, never morbid, and often uplifting, Near the Exit is a colorful travelogue of mortality. Iâ€™ve read many books on illness and dying; few have made me smile as often and see the uniquely human richness of the final chapters of life.â€•â€”Ira Byock, author of Dying Well and The Best Care Possible and Active Emeritus Professor of Medicine, the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouthâ€œNear the Exit is a delicious, funny, and quite moving read. Part actual travelogue, itâ€™s also a spiritual exploration of death. The writing is stellar; the reflections on the unexpected nature of grief and the way Lori Erickson plumbs â€˜seeming coincidenceâ€™ grabbed my attention and didnâ€™t let it go. Highly recommend for people of any or no faith practice.â€•â€”Jennifer Grant, author ofLove You More and Maybe I Can Love My Neighbor Tooâ€œErickson is our expert tour guide as she takes us on a colorful journey of the worldâ€™s sacred death rituals and destinations. Her vivid prose is our companion and invitation to the spiritual packing we neednâ€™t delay until the night before departure.â€•â€”J. Dana Trent, author of Dessert First: Preparing for Death While Savoring Lifeâ€œNear the Exit is not a typical book on death and dying from a Christian perspective. It is an intriguing exploration of late life and death that will sometimes cause you to squirm or to laugh out loud. Always though, it will prompt you to think deeply about what it is to be mortal. Author Lori Erikson fearlessly weaves ancient perspectives and cultural expressions about death gleaned from her own travel experiences into the intimate stories of her motherâ€™s life in a nursing home in Iowa. Near the Exit will appeal to anyone who struggles to understand the mystery of death and dying.â€•â€”Missy Buchanan, advocate, writer, and speaker for older adultsâ€œWhat happens when a gifted travel writer combines her interests in travel, religion, and death? The result is a fascinating book called Near the Exit, with trips to Rome, a Day of the Dead celebration, pyramids in Egypt and Mexico, nursing homes, a Maori ceremony in New Zealand, a farm in Iowa, and more. Beautiful writing about a trip we all will someday take.â€•â€”Brian D. McLaren, author and activistâ€œWhen I first picked up Near the Ex
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