“We invest a lot — as parents, as a society, as a government — when people come into this world. I think going out deserves the same sort of attention and support,” Fraser says, and he means from everyone.
People’s worlds narrow when they’re dying, he says, but the things they still want, they want very badly. “It’s generally acknowledgments of what’s important to you — often, that’s just that you’re here and it matters,” Fraser says."
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