At Home, On Air: A Conversation with Susan Moon

At Home, On Air: A Conversation with Susan Moon

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Alive Until You’re Dead:

Notes on the Home Stretch

A Book Reading & Discussion

Thank you to everyone who attended our online forum on January 16, 2023. The recording of this live conversation has been published as an At Home, On Air podcast episode. Enjoy listening to the conversation & please share!

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“Loving is something an old person can do at least as well as a young one. Whatever else I lose, I’ll be okay as long as I can love.” 

– Susan Moon

Thank You to our Featured Expert: Susan Moon, Writer and Buddhist Teacher

Thank You to our Forum Host: Rachael Friedman, Clinical Psychologist, AHWGO Board Member

Conversation Description:

Sit back, relax and enjoy an inspiring and thought-provoking book reading and conversation with Susan Moon. She’ll share stories and personal insights about what it means to be a human approaching death, inviting us to feel fully alive in the final stretch of our own lives.

More About Susan Moon:

Susan Moon is a writer, editor, and Buddhist teacher in the Soto Zen tradition. She has taught and led Zen retreats nationally and internationally, and has authored several books including:  This Is Getting OldWhat is Zen, and The Hidden Lamp, and has contributed to Lion’s RoarTricycle and other publications. Her most recent book, Alive Until Your Dead: Notes on the Home Stretch, is a collection of essays about the author’s ongoing discovery of her aliveness even while approaching death, and about the sometimes surprising perks of mortality. Susan lives in Berkeley, California, and practices at the Berkeley Zen Center and with Zoketsu Norman Fischer’s Everyday Zen Sangha.

The original, live conversation was recorded on:

Thursday, January 16, 2023 at 5:30 PM PST.

Episode 52: Alive Until You’re Dead: Notes on the Home Stretch

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