What Makes a Life Worth Living? Powerful Memoirs of Love and LossSaturday, April 28 | 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
- Health, Psychology & Spirituality
In his final year of life before dying of cancer, neurosurgeon Paul Kalanithi wrote the bestselling “When Breath Becomes Air,” probing how the mind makes meaning and why our lives matter. Now his widow, Lucy Kalanithi, is joined by Rebecca Soffer, editor of the new anthology “Modern Loss”, and writers Elizabeth Percer and Elizabeth Scarboro, to discuss mortality, survival, and how to navigate grief in the modern age.
Veteran's Memorial Building - Auditorium
Sponsored by SACHI - Society for Art & Cultural Heritage of India