Rabbi Address’s blog includes reflections on the challenges and joys of aging and their implications for our families.
Some four decades ago, Dr Eugene Brorowtiz (z’l) published his class “The Masks Jews Wear”. He attempted to look, in a systematic way, at the great changes then erupting within the contemporary American Jewish world [Read more…]
One of my favorite Sinatra LPs (remember them?) is “September of My Years”. The title track speaks to the realization, common now for Boomers, that one day we are in summer, and the next day [Read more…]
This period of time in January brings together the weekend celebration of the life of Dr Martin Luther KIng as well as the anniversary of the death of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel. They marched together [Read more…]
As we light the lights of the Channukah menorah these days, no doubt we will be filled with smiles and thoughts of family and friends and, maybe food! These eight lights have received numerous interpretations [Read more…]
Recently, Jewish Sacred Aging, along with several other groups, co-sponsored a half day education day for clergy on Alzheimer’s disease. The local Alzheimer’s Association developed a Jewish Advisory Group to help get the word out [Read more…]