Rabbi Address’s blog includes reflections on the challenges and joys of aging and their implications for our families.
Father’s Day and all that means raises a lot of memories for so many of us. Father-son and daughter relationships are always interesting. Just check out literature, mythology or the Bible. Of course, for our [Read more…]
In between what I call “airplane books”, while on this last road trip, I picked up a book called “Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience and Finding Joy” by Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant. (Knopf. [Read more…]
Chag Sameach. Shavuot arrives at this stage of the calendar. The festival of first fruits/harvest that was linked, in tradition,, to the Sinai revelation and thus, a holiday/festival that celebrates the Torah. For some, it [Read more…]
This is a little bit of personal reflection. I am just back from attending the convention of the World Union for Progressive Judaism in Jerusalem. We did some sessions on longevity and the impact of [Read more…]
Editor’s Note: This column has been crossposted on EJewishPhilanthropy.com and The Jewish News of Northern California (JNews.com). I want to bring an idea to you, an idea whose time may be at hand. It is an [Read more…]
In his new novel “Exit West:, Mohsin Hamid writes the “we are all migrants through time”. This line struck me as quite meaningful as our community celebrates Passover. It also struck me in a new [Read more…]
This was just posted on the interfaithfamily.com web site. This is an issue that we at Jewish Sacred Aging would like to explore as this affects an increasing number of Boomer grandparents. We are very interested [Read more…]