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Posts Tagged ‘reflection’

candles to show mourning and mortality

Petite Essays On Mortality

The following five essays are companions to Stephen Goldman’s eloquent piece on facing the new year with a terminal diagnosis. All five writers have a connection to the Jewish Hospice and Chaplaincy Network. Their topic: Mortality. Follow Your Journey, With Love Oct. 6, 2016, was the worst day of our lives. That’s the day my…

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Rosh hashanah (jewish New Year holiday) concept. Traditional symbols.. Local rabbis share holiday message.

L’Shanah Tovah

The JN invited local rabbis to share a holiday message with the community. Turning & Returning This summer, for the first time in my life, I was arrested. I participated in the Poor People’s Campaign, six weeks of marches in Lansing and across America to bring attention to social and political issues. Thanks to the…

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Never Long Enough-Coloring/Workbook. Never Long Enough

Authors To Preview New Work – Never Long Enough

Based on their 2017 book Never Long Enough: Finding Comfort and Hope Amidst Grief and Loss, co-authors Rabbi Joseph H. Krakoff and Dr. Michelle Y. Sider have teamed again to produce a forthcoming coloring/workbook for adults and families that’s intended to encourage life review and to explore the feelings associated with the loss of a…

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apple to represent Rosh Hashanah and the reflective prompts put on by The Well for #Reflect4Rosh. daily prompts.

Stop. Reflect. Share.

The Well is once again offering daily prompts for reflection on the lead up to the High Holidays. Prompts began Aug. 12. First step is to stop and breathe, and then think back on the year that was. What were the highlights and lowlights? What were the blessings and shortcomings — both internal and external?…

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