In other words, they fear talking about it. This means that people are afraid of showing their concern to the terminally ill patients and those who are dying. However, the fact is that they feel obliged to take care of them and comfort them before they die. What keeps people away from doing so is the fear of death.
The reading raises a critical concern for every person around the horse. All the people around the dining table and the horse include but not limited to maids, hosts, hostesses and guests (Kalish 139). These people need to learn that avoiding talking about the horse only makes the situation worse. In other words, dying and death are part of life, and terminally ill patients understand this fact. They already know of their deteriorated health status, and ignoring that fact to avoid discomfort to either party does not change anything. It is learned from the reading that living fully encompasses embracing all aspects of life; positive and negative. Fears related to death and dying need to be confronted at a personal level, before the same pursuit is extended to clients (Kalish ...
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