Reflections on Aging

Sadly, lonely people are in good company

  Rabbi Dow Marmur, rabbi emeritus of Holy Blossom Temple in Toronto, Ontario, writes in his latest column for the Toronto Star about the impact of loneliness on people’s health. About Rabbi Dow Marmur Rabbi Dow Marmur [Read more…]

Reflections on Aging

In the ‘old age’ home, a reflection by Rabbi Dow Marmur

Rabbi Dow Marmur, rabbi emeritus of Holy Blossom Temple in Toronto, Ontario, writes in his latest column for the Toronto Star that in the modern retirement community, living in the present is what matters most. [Read more…]

Talmud Torah

Thanking God for another day: Rabbi Dow Marmur

As people reach old age acceptance of limitations can be liberating and a new day viewed as an another opportunity. Rabbi Dow Marmur explores the issue in this op-ed column in the Toronto Star newspaper. [Read more…]

Talmud Torah

Making the time to value simply being: Rabbi Dow Marmur

Rabbi Dow Marmur is rabbi emeritus of Toronto’s Holy Blossom Temple. He writes a monthly column in the Toronto Star newspaper and on its website, TheStar.com. In his latest column, “Making the time to value simply being,” Rabbi Marmur [Read more…]

Organization Programs for Boomers

Medically Assisted Dying – A program by Rabbi Michael Dolgin of Toronto

Rabbi Michael Dolgin of Temple Sinai in Toronto recently led a session on Medically Assisted Dying for Toronto Board of Rabbis. We are grateful for his permission to repost the audio and the printed texts [Read more…]