Reflections on Aging

The Gift of Memory: Remembering Jenni

Cantor Rhoda Harrison, Ph.D., from Congregation M’kor Shalom in Cherry Hill, NJ, recalls a childhood friend who died much too early, and the continuing gift her memory provides. [Read more…]

Group of seniors enjoying each others' company
Reflections on Aging
The National World War II Memorial, Washington, DC (Carole Leskin photo)
Reflections on Aging

For the Four Boys from Brooklyn on Memorial Day

Four Men. Boys from Brooklyn. Poor. Smart. Always causing trouble…but managing to get out of it. Best Friends. Brothers, really. Remained close all of their lives. But World War 11 changed that. Nate and Jack [Read more…]

Gail Zugerman, Growing Old with Gusto Blog
Reflections on Aging

Guest Post: How to Grow Old With Gusto

Editor’s Note: Gail Zugerman, author of this contribution to JSA, is founder of GRF Marketing, Ltd., based in Chicago since 1983, has provided marketing strategy consulting through the use of qualitative research for clients throughout [Read more…]