Continuity and Coping — Pamphlet to Download

Q: How do I approach with serenity each new stage of my life?

This pamphlet discusses continuity as a coping strategy for aging adults. For Friends, the spiritual context of our lives is foundational to what it means to be alive.  Friends Care Committees will find suggestions for helping members plan their lives with continuity. George Schaefer, PYM Care and Aging Coordinator and Social Worker, also suggested resources for deeper discussion of Spirituality and Aging.

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Spirituality and Change — Pamphlet to Download

Q: “What will this newfound present of old age and its unknown future demand of us?
Where is dignity to be found in it? How shall we find ourselves the dignity we see is
Mary Morrison, Without Nightfall Upon the Spirit, Pendle Hill Pamphlet 311

Validating loss, allowing grief and spiritual community support can help us move through life’s most difficult changes. This pamphlet gives some brief points and suggested reading for those facing age related or other changes.

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