04 Mar Episode Two: “Nitro Brew.” The Story of Sheryl, Part Two.
Sheryl was a brave, creative, and progressive woman, who sought a completed life by way of a gentle death. Sheryl believed she was one fall away from experiencing a bad death. She wanted to die unencumbered.
In our second Podcast episode, Sheryl describes what her completed life means to her. We hear why she taught herself how to make nitro brew, and what the lessons of women in the Inuit tradition meant to Sheryl. We hope you enjoy listening to the concluding half of Sheryl’s story.
Voices of the Completed Life is a podcast brought to you by the Completed Life Initiative. We share unprecedented conversations at the heart of the human experience. As our hosts dive into honest conversations about mortality, loss and grief, we hear first-hand experiences from individuals who are grappling with what it means to live a completed life. This podcast works to dissolve the idea that there is a singular image of the completed life. Each of our guests hold unique, and deeply ingrained philosophies on a life well lived. These stories embrace human mortality with respect, compassion, and dignity. These are stories that may challenge and surprise you. These are stories worth listening to. These are Voices of the Completed Life.
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