Rabbi Address is quoted in the March 20, 2014 article, “In Sickness and In Health,” in the Baltimore Jewish Times, about the challenges that spouses face when they become care-givers for partners who have suffered life-changing illnesses.
The dictionary defines “lonely” as: without company; cut off from others; solitary; and sad from being alone. What loneliness does not mean is weak, boring, painfully shy, without accomplishment, or unable to make commitments. [Read more…]
With this post, we inaugurate “Kol Bo,” a new section on JewishSacredAging.com devoted to written contributions of poetry and essays from our community that don’t fit under the headings of our other areas of practice. [Read more…]
This is how I imagined it. Once Upon a Time, long, long ago, before even existence existed, there was nothing but Darkness. A color so black that it has never been seen again. And there [Read more…]