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Getting to Be the Author of Your Life – Rabbi Thomas M. Alpert, Temple Etz Chaim, Franklin, MA

Yom Kippur Morning Sermon, September 23, 2015; 10 Tishrei 5776 Rabbi Thomas Alpert’s bio Little Aaron and his father were entering the synagogue to pray on Yom Kippur.  It was an old, large Temple, the [Read more…]

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“The Conversation,” a Yom Kippur Sermon by Rabbi Esther Adler

Editor’s Note: This Yom Kippur sermon was delivered by Rabbi Esther Adler at Mount Zion Temple in St. Paul, MN. She gave Jewish Sacred Aging permission to repost it here. Before beginning college last month, [Read more…]

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Illness and Death – Jewish Decision Trees – Rosh Hashana sermon by Rabbi Stephen Roberts

Editor’s Note: This sermon was delivered by Rabbi Stephen B. Roberts at Temple of the High Country, Boone, NC, on Rosh Hashana morning. My father, of blessed memory, was a highly educated physician. He wrote [Read more…]

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Guest Post, Rabbi Jonathan Prosnit: Sacred Aging

Editor’s Note: This guest post from Rabbi Jonathan Prosnit originally appeared March 27, 2015 on the website of Congregation Beth Am in Los Altos Hills, CA. It is reposted here with his permission. The Monday [Read more…]

Reflections on Aging

Rabbi Cary Kozberg: HHD Sermon, “…To still ‘hear the voice’”

Editor’s Note: Rabbi Cary Kozberg has been Director of Spiritual Life at Wexner Heritage Village in Columbus, OH, since 1989. His responsibilities include overseeing the religious and spiritual nurturing of residents, family members and staff [Read more…]

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Refuat HaNefesh, Sermon for Rosh Hashana 5775

A Sermon by Rabbi Gary M. Bretton-Granatoor Vice President of the World Union for Progressive Judaism Congregation Shirat HaYam, Nantucket “…I have set before you life or death, blessing or curse; choose life, therefore, that [Read more…]