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Rabbi Address’s blog includes reflections on the challenges and joys of aging and their implications for our families.
Shalom. Alden Solovy is a gifted writer or prayer and meditations. He has done two very powerful Seekers of Meaning podcasts for us on some of his books (CCAR Press). He
Stefanie Levine Cohen explores the physiological and psychological discomfort of evening shadows.
Irit and Avidor Rabinovich, the founders of Happy Seniors, a resource website for Israeli seniors and their families, will be guests on the Seekers of Meaning Podcast September 13. This guest blog post, written by Irit, is reposted from the Happy Seniors blog.
Rabbi Claudio Kogan makes an appeal for donations of supplies for immigrants detained by ICE at the US' southern border.
Guest contributor Stefanie Levine Cohen explores her new life-stage as an empty-nester.
Travel, as many of you know, is a great teacher. It may be, in some respects, better than any classroom. One of the benefits of traveling is that you never know when you may
In a Father's Day message for the Union for Reform Judaism website, Rabbi Address reflects on the father-child bonding that make memories from generation to generation.
The second of our Pilgramage festivals, Shavuot, joins us in June. The festival of “first fruits/harvest”, it is celebrated often in our world with the ceremony
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Editor’s Note: As Passover ends, we are again given the opportunity, in ritual fashion, for one of our tradition’s Yizkor services. To remember is a gift. This guest
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