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    Posted ‍‍ג כסלו ה תשעב - November 29, 2011 By in Library With | Comments Off

    Books relating to Sacred Aging in our Righter Library holdings:

     That You May Live Long: Caring for Our Aging Parents, Caring for Ourselves , edited by Hara Person and Rabbi Richard F. Address, offers Jewish perspectives on helping those close to us as they grow older as well as perspectives to help us deal with our own feelings of confusion and anguish at such times. It attempts to provide guidance, support, solace and inspiration for those facing these difficult questions.

    A Time to Prepare, ed. Rabbi Richard F. Address.

    Newly revised, A Time to Prepare is both a source of information and a workbook to help consolidate and record all the information you or your loved ones will need to handle critical illness or death. Topics include: durable power of attorney; organ donation; wills; ethical wills; rituals for saying “good-bye”, and more.

    How We Live and How We Die and The Art of Aging, by Sherwin Nuland

    A Bittersweet Season: Caring for Our Aging Parents–and Ourselves , by Jane Gross

    The Knitting Way: A Guide to Spiritual Self Discovery , by Linda T. Skolnik, Janice MacDaniels.

     

     

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