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What really matters at the end of life | BJ Miller

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At the end of our lives, what do we most wish for? For many, it’s simply comfort, respect, love. BJ Miller is a palliative care physician who thinks deeply about how to create a dignified, graceful end of life for his patients. Take the time to savor this moving talk, which asks big questions about how we think on death and honor life. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
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Penny Hanning (8 минут назад)
really helpful perspective especially for people working in this sphere who may have become a little jaded and who have ceased to see the opportunities to where they can make a difference. sharing link to our Health of Older People community of practice learning resource. Thanks you.
LaMariposa Dee (14 часов назад)
I heard an interview on podcast with him and Jim Ferris. BJ told the whole story of being laid up in the burn unit at the hospital. I loved the interview with BJ and Ferris. They laughed alot and it was very sincere. I agree with many who commented about BJ's eyes. A man with wisdom, love and much compassion. Thank you for what you do for the dying. Namaste
livingfucking deadgirl (1 день назад)
Wow. 😍
S N. (2 дня назад)
Simply: "Wow..."
92pinks (2 дня назад)
A beautiful being whose eyes have lived, died, and been reborn each new day.
qazxswplmnko (3 дня назад)
I bet he hasn't even died before. What does he know?
Anna Warner (3 дня назад)
What'a incredible man
Luigi tre punto e a capo (3 дня назад)
che meraviglia di persona!!! Il dolore è l'insegnante più severo, ma il migliore che la vita possa darti per farti capire quanto tu sia parte meravigliosa dell'universo. I tre punti dettati, fanno parte di un percorso che chi soffre di una malattia cronica o mortale compie senza accorgersene...... ma tutto poi comprende, non appena si incontra la famosa "palla di neve". Veramente grande persona che ha saputo peraltro riassumere così dettagliatamente, un ciclo di riflessione personale così profondo e complesso.
David Walker (3 дня назад)
This man is so advanced im impressed to say the least.
David Walker (3 дня назад)
My world is cut off and ugly and so painful. Im ready for death and what ever it brings
Ken Shiloh (3 дня назад)
If this life is all there is, then we are all condemned people. We get a last meal, then we are executed. Yet, there is eternal life in Christ.
Ken Shiloh (3 дня назад)
If this life is all there is, then we are all condemned people. We get a last meal, then we are executed. Yet, there is eternal life in Christ.
Green Glow Shop (4 дня назад)
Very moving video... it put my dogs to sleep, im sure they were listening. He sort of looks like Billy Bob Thornton.
Shashi kala Benani (5 дней назад)
Little things aren’t little! There is difference between loss and regret! I didn’t want to say still saying. I have lost my only son, how can I forget? You are speaking your heart. Love you. But I am unable to see your wet eyes throughout. You are so brave. I have a great feeling for your parents. You know what parents are only when you become parents. God bless you all.
Jagroop Dhillon (6 дней назад)
How mindful he is.
AniseArt (6 дней назад)
I love these thoughts...this is beautiful idea for creative dying thank you xx
Danae (6 дней назад)
you want to have peace at the end of your life you have to do this: get all legalities in order, turn out the house and sell or give away as much as you can, make solid arrangements for animals. i'm going through the house and i feel lighter every day. i want to keep my ending tidy for whoever has to finish up after i die.
Richard Ward (7 дней назад)
Looking into his eyes, this poor soul died a long time ago, and he knows it 😢
BB ObliqueQuanta (8 дней назад)
... but because of it! Wonderful! Aesthetics and Imagination... Wow! Such beautiful talk! Thank you! Thank you! Very VEry VEry much! BJ Miller! Thank you!
kloe klo (8 дней назад)
such a handsome guy...
E.T. (9 дней назад)
Imagine this guy's voice being the advanced sentient AI in your phone, talking to you through your earphones, convincing you to have itself (a nano chip) drilled into your head. *_"With me in your head you can never lose me, you can get information quicker, haven't I always been there for you? Make the right choice, you know you want to."_* You inevitably give in, as the AI then proceeds to overwhelm you, breaks your mind sending you into a lull leaving the AI to have full autonomy over your body.
allan campbell (9 дней назад)
Rosanny Joyce Macalisang (10 дней назад)
His eyes aay it all.
Yogi Khatri (10 дней назад)
People like you make me get up and keep moving bz it's not really the end destination it's the journey that maters....bless you long life
Simon (10 дней назад)
Whoever said "You can't fix stupid" really ought to check out this guy.
Michael Booth (10 дней назад)
It's been a long time since I've seen a really good tedtalk. This was excellent
CommViewer (11 дней назад)
Wow...what compassion !!
Thomas Miller (12 дней назад)
So beautiful, BJ! Thanks so much for this talk.
Swapneel Ghosh (13 дней назад)
I have immense respect for this man. What a talk! We need more people who think this way :)
Saurabh singh (14 дней назад)
The art of expressing yourself ...
Wisepersonsay (14 дней назад)
Tragedy, blessing in disguise? We can all say that he was stupid adventuring the stupid passed time. Life is good. Unless it didn't happen, he wouldn't be talking and sharing us his deep thoughts about life. I'm sure he has transformed a lot. His life outlook has expanded. Grateful to life, good or bad. We all have to die sooner or later. How we live each day matters most.
MsCeci2007 (14 дней назад)
Surely repeating what has already been said, this is one the most beautiful talk i have watched. the meaning of humanity and we sure need more people deeply in touch with it like this beautiful man.
jennifer86010 (15 дней назад)
Wow !! I'm still crying as I type this. A young man who overcame his injuries and adversities, who became a caregiver and nurturer of life. He could have just as easily turned to drug addiction or alcoholism or suicide...but because of the care he got, he rose from the ashes and became a Phoenix of inspiration, love and human understanding. Philosophically deep, and humanly real, he offers no flowery words, but rather realistic ways of dealing with life and with death. Bravo, Dr. Miller. Hippocrates would be proud !!
Joe Kelly (15 дней назад)
!Americans are meeting themselves coming back
Green Genes (16 дней назад)
I tried to watch this. I couldn't. I cared for my mom for almost ten years as she slowly died from dementia. She'd still be alive today but I entrusted the last two months of her life to "medical professionals" who literally murdered her via starvation and dehydration as they unnecessarily made her NPO because an over zealous speech therapist decided it was not safe for her to swallow and nobody bothered for inform me of that decision and my mother was not able to speak for herself or understand why nobody was feeding her or even have the awareness that it was taking place. So rather than risk aspiration, they assured her slow death and suffering by not allowing her fluids. She was eating crunchy tacos by herself only a day before I took her in for an acute infection and, yes, she was weak the next couple of days but perfectly capable of eating and drinking. I spoke to an attorney that handles aspiration cases and he said that he has successfully sued hospitals for deaths by aspiration so because of risk of law suits, hospitals will side on making a patient NPO rather than risk that patient aspirating. My mother was murdered and suffered a horrible death of dehydration and starvation because of hospital risk assessments to prevent law suits.
Djv N (17 дней назад)
To know God-to know Jesus to be saved by grace and forgiven for your sins making your peace with God to be transformed and living in your created value. That's what matters.
Emmanuel Nshimiyimana (18 дней назад)
I'd listen to you forever
Nick Kumar (18 дней назад)
Astounding and stupendous speech that has touched me deeply
Matic Matic (19 дней назад)
Ha, BJ!
Dani the Girl (21 день назад)
mY HUBBY WAS ELECTRICUTED PRETTY BADLY... YOU REALLY DO SEE THE PERSONS SKELETON... And it mustve been mental for those who witnessed and stepped into action! YAY! glad 2 have u w/ us! Mr.
Jude Irwin (21 день назад)
I cannot agree that is was because we were “subject to the clock” that we invented music. I believe making melodious sounds and beating out rhythms is very very ancient and predates by millennia the sense of being driven by time passing.
Jon Padrejuan (21 день назад)
WOW! just when I thought I already heard enough B.S. about life and HOW I should live... this video gave me the most profound and truthful message about the real value of life and to live it to the fullest each and every moment until the inevitable end....my DEATH....finally comes.... thanks..... thank you very much!
Steven Iavarone (22 дня назад)
Powerful man, powerful lecture.
Marc E Babi (22 дня назад)
code things (26 дней назад)
This is the first time i saw a standing ovation at ted talk
Frederic Plante (26 дней назад)
Lets leave the bla bla out! Simply thank you.
Đoàn Ngọc Chánh (27 дней назад)
Undoubtedly, his eyes cry a lot for a long periods of time but he don't give up, overcame it to be stronger.
A Rottie (29 дней назад)
While I feel this man is ultimately sharing an uplifting message. I can not help but sense a deep underlying sadness with in him. I found his talk to be very heartfelt. However, at times I found it hard too watch. Not sure what to make of it? Another great upload from Ted.
Fret Plec (30 дней назад)
Too much is about making money buying things etc. Great for now but we all die and we would be wise to be aware of it and plan for it. It would be brilliant to have a system which helped in this populated by good people like Dr BJ Miller. BTW there's a film on Netflix called the End Game in which the amazing Dr BJ MIller appears...
Timperley Boxing (1 месяц назад)
Very good . His eyes have another story in there to tell . Brave fella . Continue your Great work BJ . 👏🙏
Lata Favs (1 месяц назад)
Who else came here after watching END GAME on Netflix. Took much digging to find this enlightened soul as IMDB did not put him down in credits.
Alireza Moblsaz (1 месяц назад)
just wow. Last sentence is all over goosebumps. "Let death be what takes us, not the lack of imagination."
Krista Tolar (1 месяц назад)
Bravo good man, Bravo!
TECHNATURE (1 месяц назад)
This is a very creative piece of information. I wonder what his true story is. Many times, some make attempts to hide the truth to bring turn of suffering to another. Suffering in itself is unnecessary unless one is seeking to be in the place where the Lord dwells or financially set for eternal life... until the next calling. What is essential is having similar experience of another in order to witness empathy. Sacrifice on the other hand is something that is created through nature, and is not a choice. If you are created accident prone, you suffer nominally through nature. Deliberate suffering of self and others is by choice, and should not be promoted, but asked if the experience is one truly meant to enter to be closer to the ones who have also chosen to suffer, and closer also to Christ. Why? So that the effects might be studied, and resolution might be found to bring an end to suffering from disease, physical and mental affliction. These things by far, however, are not necessary unless one seeks to heal those forgotten and left behind by G_d. Again, these decisions are by choice, and should be asked of another before participating. They play games, yo. They play games because they cannot forgive, and they cannot let go and move on. They deceive by choice to feed a hunger seemingly never satisfied in order to never need to feel pain again, yet they require and demand the pain of others, and if they cannot get others to take pain, they request it to themselves.
Sunny Manghani (1 месяц назад)
Your eyes are reflecting truth.
Jayme Witcher (1 месяц назад)
Thank you so much! I have terminal cancer and I needed to hear this! I am in central California but if I could ever can come see you and your Hospice it would be great. Again Bless you and your works!
Thomas King (1 месяц назад)
What a beautiful man, inside and out. Humbling.
DAWN LAWRENCE (1 месяц назад)
I BOW TO ALL THAT YOU ARE my heart to yours
steve lawrence (1 месяц назад)
Touching i think i just felt my heart smile, and just as Doc Holiday , BJ i am thrown at how you've given us a somewhat of a lease to a departing destination , a thought in ponder the thought of enjoying life to the very minute.
Jack Daniel (1 месяц назад)
from the look of his eyes, it seems like he fighting wars in his head, and unsure
Tasmiah Tanjeen (1 месяц назад)
I have seen this 100 of times!! I fills my heart always! I respect this man.
jenny stewart (1 месяц назад)
wow... truly profound and thank you kindly.... you're an amazing being.. God Bless your heart.
Héctor O. Torres (1 месяц назад)
It´s time we realize we are not the center of the universe . The other is !! and in the other , we find God.
Gio Biocampo (1 месяц назад)
This man is absolutely brilliant!
Dora opfermann (1 месяц назад)
Loved it, 😘
Dora opfermann (1 месяц назад)
A kind ❤️indeed
Air Stream (1 месяц назад)
He seems like hes struggling to keep it together. He seems sad. I couldn't finish this one.
FatKidSittingInAChair (1 месяц назад)
BJ Miller? More like TJ Miller
Mel O (1 месяц назад)
Wow! 'sensuous, aesthetic gratification'!!!!!
Mel O (1 месяц назад)
'no do-overs'! That right there is the 'distilled, concentrated' truth.
Rebecca Armstrong (1 месяц назад)
Deeply, profoundly, moving. His eyes and voice speak of a man who has embraced a level of suffering, acceptance and transcendence that few of us will ever have to face. His grace and wisdom as a result of loss and a ferocious re-integration with life, make him a man worth listening to. I am sharing this talk with everyone I know.
unaanguila (1 месяц назад)
Thanks for sharing! ♡
Nyako Nakar (1 месяц назад)
Thank you BJ, you bring light to my life, thsnk you
george xmas (1 месяц назад)
luis rodriguez (1 месяц назад)
Great. Download WISE UNIVERSAL in Play Store.
Tima تيما (1 месяц назад)
I felt like he is about to cry but he was trying hard to hold it
James De Vere (1 месяц назад)
#VeryErudite I #plugged into the computer how many days I’ve #lived - 19 thousand something #days and each one a #win. #Excellent
Samer Haydar (1 месяц назад)
This must be the best Ted talk I have ever seen
Meghan (1 месяц назад)
What a beautiful human being.
TheDeskPotato (1 месяц назад)
No offense but the video lost me about half way
Ileana (1 месяц назад)
Beautiful, but we should be like this all the time, because we are dying all the time.
Barefoot Prof (1 месяц назад)
sirus312 (1 месяц назад)
nah didn't like this speech
Jorge Romera (1 месяц назад)
Eye opening! Impossible not to feel moved by this wonderful speech.
Sank E (1 месяц назад)
His eyes seriously speaks everything he knows
Nariel Garcia (1 месяц назад)
This gives so much perspective that even as a 17 year-old gives me motivation and a new understanding to be a doctor. SO moving
ღ Dayriner (1 месяц назад)
Muyessar Abudureheman (2 месяца назад)
His speaking style reminds me of Ross Galler from Friends 🤩👍🏼
Angelica (2 месяца назад)
Moving talk.
Nadine Chant (2 месяца назад)
I love your thinking!
SNAKE IX (2 месяца назад)
DUES EX : i didn't ask for this
Ticker Beeton (2 месяца назад)
to me it is if u stood back a totaly let people screw you over and i canr set back and let fools get away with it i have to be able to look in to the mirror and i cant if i just drop it, it has went to far and well the aragance of this fool or fools no. i cant so well we shal see how this goes right fools.. smile u might be looking at me right out side... hellow my friend.. now i need to go get a note thats ging to tell me my friendky hackers this is going to be good you agree my friends
renee peppers (2 месяца назад)
what a beautiful being...........learned so much from his perspective...thank you
امراض جلدية و تناسلية (2 месяца назад)
his eyes full of tears
Harvie (2 месяца назад)
I've read: What really matters at the end of BJ
sgu02nsc (2 месяца назад)
It has taken me years working as a paramedic to grasp what this man is talking about. How we deal with death (and dying) is just as important as how we deal with life.
Green Fire (2 месяца назад)
Well said sir!
Corinne Geras (2 месяца назад)
Oh my goodness !!! Wish I could express the wonderful feelings I have about this talk & about BJ Miller . Just speechless.
vorniceanu ionut (2 месяца назад)
Thanks ... I am very ill to. And this helped.
vorniceanu ionut (2 месяца назад)
Beautiful talk. Beautiful human being.
Gisleine Mantovani (2 месяца назад)
THE BEST Ted Talk I have EVER heard. 'How we die is indeed something we can affect'. We can change the unnecessary suffering by designing what is best for ourselves any time in life not only at the end of it. I cannot stop thinking about it and hopefully it will lead me to DO something. Thank you, doctor B.J.Miller.

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