Ojibwe Beliefs and Rituals in End-of-Life Care
For Eugene Begay and Frank Perez
This chapter examines the spiritual traditions, beliefs, and rituals of the Ojibwe Tribe concerning end-of-life care, explaining that respect for all underlies Ojibwe belief systems and that Ojibwe spirituality embraces and celebrates life, accepts the limits of human understanding, and inspires action toward self and community. It contends that the beliefs, practices, and rituals of the Ojibwe Tribe can provide insight and comfort to those facing end-of-life issues.
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