In the midst of teaching a workshop with doctors and nurses on the subject of compassion, Frank Ostaeseski had a heart attack. This led to a triple bypass surgery and a close brush with death. It was a real-life lesson in living and dying.
This short video features the founder of the Metta Institute suggesting we don’t take life for granted and live deeply and fully. He offers some great thoughts on how precarious and precious our time alive is. Don’t waste a moment.
Good advice! Check it out.