Tuesday, March 31, 2015 Nisan 11, 5775
Hospice professionals can completely change how people die, as well as how their loved ones go on living.
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Amy Wright Glenn, Inside Magazine feature
Hospice is becoming a more viable option for Jewish families looking for end-of-life care.
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Looking back to move forward
By:
Carol Saline, Inside Magazine feature
The ways that we memorialize the departed are changing — and fast. Commemorating a loved one has never been so open to interpretation.
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The issue of repentance resonates far beyond the High Holidays and Judaism.
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Making amends is a year-round pursuit in Judaism — and Islam and Christianity as well.
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By:
Mark Kushner
A local mohel calls upon his experiences training in Israel in more peaceful times to help him overcome sadness and fear as life is lost on both sides during the current conflict.
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By:
Ron Kampeas, JTA
The State Department’s anti-Semitism monitor, Ira Forman, has put the issue of protecting brit milah on the U.S. diplomatic agenda.
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