You that seek what life is in death,
Now find it air that once was breath.
New names unknown, old names gone;
Till time end bodies, but souls none.
Reader! then make time, while you be,
But steps to your eternity.
-Baron Brooke Fulke Greville, "Caelica 83"
When a young, successful neurosurgeon is diagnosed with aggressive, advanced lung cancer, he's forced to consider the meaning of life and the meaning of death. Join with other parishioners to reflect upon the book "When Breath Becomes Air," by Paul Kalanithi (buy here) over brunch. If you're willing to bring fruit salad, a coffeecake, or an egg casserole, contact Mtr. Emily (firstname.lastname@example.org).