End in Mind Project

End in Mind Project

Saint Paul, Minnesota
612-440-6715

End in Mind Project

End in Mind Project

We are here to reimagine...

How much richer and expansive might our lives be if we kept our future deaths in mind instead of ignoring the obvious? How would our lives be different if we weren't held captive by our fear of death?

Our Story

End in Mind was inspired by work done by broadcast journalist Cathy Wurzer, who explored what it's like to live with Death always nearby, when she and a man suffering from ALS conducted an unvarnished series of interviews over several years. It captivated listeners and Wurzer found the experience life changing. End in Mind encourages people to get comfortable with uncomfortable conversations abou...
End in Mind was inspired by work done by broadcast journalist Cathy Wurzer, who explored what it's like to live with Death always nearby, when she and a man suffering from ALS conducted an unvarnished series of interviews over several years. It captivated listeners and Wurzer found the experience life changing. End in Mind encourages people to get comfortable with uncomfortable conversations about death and dying, loss and grief. Using the arts as an entry point, End in Mind invites individuals, caregivers, families and communities to name and explore fears around loss, grief, death and dying and by encouraging a deeper exploration, there are discoveries to be made about how to live with intention, purpose and meaning at any stage of life. We do our work through live, produced public programs with music, storytelling, performance and through digital tools, blogs and podcasts.
End in Mind was inspired by work done by broadcast journalist Cathy Wurzer, who explored what it's like to live with Death always nearby, when she and a man suffering from ALS conducted an unvarnished series of interviews over several years. It captivated listeners and Wurzer found the experience life changing. End in Mind encourages people to get comfortable with uncomfortable conversations about death and dying, loss and grief. Using the arts as an entry point, End in Mind invites individuals, caregivers, families and communities to name and explore fears around loss, grief, death and dying and by encouraging a deeper exploration, there are discoveries to be made about how to live with intention, purpose and meaning at any stage of life. We do our work through live, produced public programs with music, storytelling, performance and through digital tools, blogs and podcasts.

Upcoming Reimagine events