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On Death

By Eugene Kim

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I am... Before I die, I want... When I die, I want... After I die, I want... Four simple prompts, many different answers-- in this podcast, doctor-in-training Eugene Kim interviews noteworthy people of different ages, gender and racial identities, cultures, faiths, and backgrounds to highlight the common threads between us all, by talking about an inevitable aspect of our life-cycle: Death.

Customer Reviews


I really enjoy the exploration if death and the multifarious ways it affects our lives. Soon-to-be-doctor Eugene is the next big thing in podcasting

Interesting topic, amazing stories

This podcast is quite the treat, and I look forward to the new episodes each week. By hearing different perspectives on life, death, legacy, and self, one has the ability to take a step back from busy everyday life and see just how beautiful the human psyche can be. I highly recommend you giving it a listen and subscribing, you won't be disappointed!

On death: thought-provoking, engaging, enjoyable

Eugene has cultivated a truly interesting collection of individuals' thoughts on life and death.

Experientially, the prompts made me question what I really want from life and death - and lit the proverbial fire underneath me to achieve those things.

The ability to compare my responses to others' is priceless. Eugene's allowance for one to explore the common threads that bind us together as well as the beautiful differences that distinguish us and make for rich, colorful additives to the tapestry of human experience and perception is simultaneously ambitious and reassuring.

You'll enjoy all the thoughts - those of the interviewer, interviewee, and your own - as you progress through the sessions.


Something of a side note:

Many of the interviews posted on 23 April, 2016 involve individuals perusing graduate degrees in healthcare (MD, DPT) and thus lend themselves to an unprecedented window into the inner reflections of the future of healthcare.

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