The longevity revolution raises new and exciting challenges for us. There are new and interesting ideas evolving on how we can negotiate the passage
into life’s “third stage”.
In these posts we hope to present some of these new ideas and approaches to our own aging. They represent the thoughts of the writers and we hope that you find these “Thought Pieces” stimulating and personally meaningful.
February is a sad month for me. Like Carl Sandburg’s “fog”, sadness creeps up on “little cat feet”, though I recognize the feeling each year I wonder why, then [...]
Rabbi Address comments on mental health and aging in the thought piece, “Mental Health and Aging: Does Anyone Care?” on the FamilyAffaires.com website. Rabbi [...]
Roseann Vanella, a professional mediator with Advanced Mediation Solutions, discusses “grey divorce,” divorces by older couples, and the idea of “Bed and [...]
Rabbi Address’ recent keynote remarks at the Lown Institute conference have been republished as a commentary in the “Views and Reviews” section of the [...]
I recently had a date-night with my 14 year-old grandson, Jacob, on the occasion of his birthday. I thought it would be fun for just the two of us to take the train into San [...]
Rabbi Address was the guest speaker at the January 26 meeting of the South Jersey Men’s Club, which meets at the Katz JCC in Cherry Hill. Watch his talk in the player [...]
Editor’s Note: This is a guest review by JSA reader Jim Geiger. With Oscar season upon us, films are topics of conversation for all of us and NEBRASKA deserves its [...]
The URJ Biennial was an amazing conclave, several days of camaraderie and learning. It was powerful time reminding us that we are more than just ourselves; we belong to [...]
As quirky as this sounds, it always feel like trash day. Why? Because the weeks fly by so fast that every time I turn around, my trash cans are being brought to the curb. [...]
There is, perhaps, no greater marker to the first wave of Boomers than November 22, 1963. It was out generation’s “I remember where I was when….” [...]