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Having a More Peaceful Holiday Season

Several years ago, as part of a corporate walking challenge for hospital employees, I invited a Buddhist monk, Bhante Sujatha, to lead a group in a meditation walk at a beautiful nature preserve labyrinth. The labyrinth is circular in shape with winding paths that draw you back and forth until eventually you reach the center. It is said that the back and forth motion engage both sides of the brain and create a sense of calm, somewhat like rocking a child in a cradle or gliding through space on a swing. Because so many of us were making our way through and we all began at the same time, we regularly needed to move aside, as people passed us on the way back from the center.

Thursdays with Lidia (Copy)

Soon after I started working full time in hospice care as a chaplain, I made an initial visit to a patient and her daughter. Little did I know that after 144 visits, four Christmas celebrations, four birthday parties and countless other “just because” fiestas, I would pray the final words of commendation at her graveside with tears in my eyes. As a chaplain I don’t have favorite patients, but there are those that attach to the heart in special ways... especially after five years of visits, laughs, cups of tea and tears.

Susan Martersteck

Rev. Susan Martersteck is currently the chaplain at the Marshack Pavilion and the Suite at Northwest Community Hospital. She has been a field chaplain and worked with our pediatric team. Susan started her career at Midwest CareCenter a volunteer. She began as a chaplain almost 14 years ago and has appreciated all the opportunities to work with "the best people ever." Working here truly embodies the concept of "every day sacred."

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