February 6

Chris is currently at home and is surrounded by his family. It has been a few days since he has been able to take in any food or water, and is no longer able to use his words. He is sleeping most of the day, and is only semi-conscious when awake.

We are doing everything we possibly can to make this transition as comfortable as possible.  Nurses from the Zilber Hospice Center come daily to check on Chris, and have assured us that there is nothing more we could be doing at this time-- no better care than the care we are giving him.

From reading his favorite passages in his Tao books, to singing comforting songs, to quietly sharing stories-- we are filling the space with endless love. We are sure that he is taking comfort in being surrounded by his loved ones while he prepares to leave his body. 

 

 

Hugh Jass