The rise in interest in one’s legacy has led to greater awareness in the traditional idea of writing an Ethical Will. This desire to leave something spiritual and ethical behind is at the heart of our own spiritual growth as we age. From the volume A Time to Prepare, here is a brief outline of the ethical will, and a suggested form with which to begin your own spiritual gift to those you love.
Scott Reich, author of The Power of Citizenship: Why John F. Kennedy Matters to a New Generation, joins Richard Address on the November 26, 2013 edition of Boomer Generation Radio. Scott D. Reich is a practicing [Read more…]
Written by: Rabbi Richard Address on September 26, 2010.Editor’s Note: This article by Rabbi Address was originally published on NAMI.org, the website of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. A highlight of a recent conference [Read more…]
Written by: Rabbi Jonathan Kendall on November 12, 2012.Over almost forty years in the pulpit have given me ample ammunition for almost every imaginable inquiry. Sifting through all of those interrogations – some of them [Read more…]