When first admitted into hospice care, one of the patients mentioned they looked forward to the chaplain’s visit. In recent years, before and especially during his illness, this person told the admitting nurse about reading (and re-reading) the Bible cover-to-cover.
“There’s nothing the chaplain can say that I don’t already know about the Bible.”
Did humility, humor, or hubris influence our new patient’s claim? Were the words a boast . . . or a clever way to avoid deeper, and more difficult emotions? Read More →by