Alive Mind Media
A contemporary fresh look at what is truly important for the fourteenth Dalai Lama: The ongoing confrontation between Tibetans and China; His Holiness's influence in political and spiritual spheres; his work with educators and neuropsychologists; and his personal feelings on aging, dying and the question: Will there be a fifteenth Dalai Lama, or will he be the last.
Addresses the profound questions about the meaning of life and love, the existence of God, the path to spiritual awakening, and the way to true peace in the world. Includes bonus CD.
Portrayal of palliative caregiver Stephen Jenkinson. This film shows Tim Wilson's dealing with his denial of his own death where he almost succumbed to an illness, and coping with the near death of someone close to him. Jenkinson explains something that is uncomfortable for most Westerners to hear, that death and grief are woven into the fabric of life and that death is something to be 'befriended.'