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The longevity revolution raises new and exciting challenges for us. There are new and interesting ideas evolving on how we can negotiate the passage
into life’s “third stage”.
In these posts we hope to present some of these new ideas and approaches to our own aging. They represent the thoughts of the writers and we hope that you find these “Thought Pieces” stimulating and personally meaningful.
Today is the 51st birthday of my daughter, the eldest child of three. I tossed and turned all last night, thinking it was because I was not in my own bed while doing an
Like most of us on Saturday, October 27, we welcomed our lazy-day Shabbat to horrendous news of slaughter at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh. Eleven dead. Six
A series of very strange events have been happening to me since I moved into a beautiful 55+ community two years ago. My kids have come to call it PUMPKINGATE! It’s more
Sandy Taradash ponders the connection between Jewish food, holidays, memories and culture.
Did you grow up in a household where “they” spoke Yiddish so you wouldn’t/couldn’t know what they were gossiping about? As you approached the room, did you hear,
I have confessed to being a news junky and if you read my thought pieces on Jewish Sacred Aging, you know which side of the aisle I stand. And, as my normal routine, I wake
I am only a news junkie, not college-educated in politics or international affairs but as a Baby Boomer, and a Jewish one at that—who knows how and where her family came
In this month's commentary, Sandy Taradash scrutinizes suicide, in the wake of two high-profile celebrity deaths.
Sandy Taradash reflects on life-cycle events and the importance of keeping them fresh and vivid in our memories, like snapshots.
I’m coming clean and ready to confess: I am a news junkie. From the time I awaken till I leave for work, get into and out of my car, return home, while eating dinner and
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