Sarah Cohen of Elder to Elder, a spiritual companionship and psycho-spiritual counseling practice
Seekers of Meaning-JSA Podcast

SOM Podcast: Sarah Cohen, Spiritual Companionship through Elder to Elder

The guest on this episode of the Seekers of Meaning Podcast is Sarah Cohen, founder of Elder to Elder, who provides spiritual companionship and psycho-spiritual counseling. About the Guest Sarah Cohen has a Doctorate in Clinical Social Work [Read more…]

D'vrei Torah

Ki Tavo: Joy To Our World

Ki Tavo (Deuteronomy 26:1 through 29:8) continues in most respects, the theme of blessing and curse that is such a major part of the book’s substance. The portion begins by stating the theme in the [Read more…]


You Are Invited To Explore The Challenges of Advanced Illness and Caregiving

On October 9-11, 2018, in Denver, hundreds of concerned activists will gather for the annual summit of the Coalition to Transform Advanced Care (C-TAC). Get more info here. [Read more…]

JSA in the News

Rituals Essential to Late-Life Transitions – London Free Press

The Rev. Sheila Macgregor, lead minister of Siloam United Church, wrote this commentary in the London Free Press, London, Ontario, which mentions Jewish Sacred Aging. Rabbi Address will be a keynote speaker at Canadian Boomerfest: A [Read more…]

Seekers of Meaning-JSA Podcast

SOM Podcast: Yosaif August, Encore Career Coaching

On this episode of the Seekers of Meaning podcast, Yosaif August of discusses his new service, Encore Career Coaching, for people planning a new chapter in their lives, or a whole new career direction. About the [Read more…]

D'vrei Torah

Ki Tetze: From Generation to Generation: The Impact of Grandparents

Wow, what a jammed packed Torah portion we have this week. Ki Tetze (Deuteronomy 21:10ff) is filled with issues that speak to personal behavior, the creation of a just society, more laws dealing with warfare [Read more…]

The Western Wall, Jerusalem/Steve Lubetkin Photo. Used by permission.
Reflections on Aging

Experience at The Wall 

Everyone who had ever been to the Western Wall assured me that the experience would be profound and life altering.  For some reason, everyone just expected that I, too, would have such an experience and [Read more…]