New York Times opinion writer Lydia Polgreen talks about how a father’s death helped his son live better.  He writes “I thought about the principles for dying and realized that they are also rules for living. A set of maps for navigating a broken world on a dying planet. Tolerate uncertainty. Normalize feelings. Minimize regret. Know that people have the capacity to change and connect, right up to the end.” A subscription may be needed to read the whole article.