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Reflections on Aging

In These Days

This year, at the High Holidays, I glimpsed connection between the Days of Awe and our aging with intention: Treating oneself with honesty and tenderness. A changed rhythm. Self-reflection. Life review. Being a role model. [Read more…]

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D'vrei Torah

D’var Torah: The challenge is to seize moments of change

The challenge embodied in this week’s Torah portion, Lech Lecha, is to have the faith in one’s self to be able to move forward in life, for we are part of a religious tradition that sees life as a continuing unfolding of the possible, Rabbi Address writes. [Read more…]

Seekers of Meaning-JSA Podcast
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Baby Boomer Bubbe

Fact or Fiction? Frame of Reference, Objective VS Subjective?

This is a question I try to teach my grandchildren. At such young ages, do they get it? Do you hammer the difference between objective vs subjective into them, keep referring to “frame of reference,” [Read more…]

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Baby Boomer Bubbe

The Only Thing Constant in Life is Change, or Living by Clichés!

I recently asked a friend how he defined his life in the context of a constant stream of security or change. He had to reflect for a few minutes before answering, “I had never thought [Read more…]