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For this Food issue , I interviewed my sister-in-law, Devorah Raskin. She and my brother, Russell, are the parents of eight children, and have many beautiful grandchildren – which adds up to … more
I’ve done a lot of studying of emotional intelligence, and I present webinars and seminars on nonverbal communication and communication in general. And I find a very strong comparison between … more
Some 2-6% of Americans are hoarders, and hoarding disorders are on the rise, according to the International OCD Foundation. “Since the COVID-19 pandemic, experts say they’ve seen a … more
At the end of January, I attended a seder on Tu B’Shevat, the Jewish new year for trees. The 15th of Shevat marks a turning point, when underneath the cold air, the sap of the trees is rising, … more
Lessons learned in summer camp can be valuable to people of all ages and stages of life. On the American Camp Association’s website, acacamps.org, three lessons learned in camp were noted … more
The National Institute of Mental Health has written an article, “Caring for Your Mental Health,” that offers the following tips: Get regular exercise. Eat healthy, regular meals … more
This column was challenging and somewhat painful to write in light of the Israel-Hamas war causing so much death and destruction. So I went to the Bible, other writings, and history for inspiration, … more
I have gained so much knowledge since I have been creating and producing podcasts on the topic of positive aging. Here are my five ways to honor and use the strengths of our older years: … more
I have been thinking about how the lessons we just revisited at Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur apply to our business life as well as our personal life. An article on Aish.com, “Honest … more
Aish.com has a fascinating article by Rabbi Asher Resnick, titled “The Meaning of Rosh Hashanah: An In-Depth Analysis,” with the subtitle, “Exploring the philosophical underpinnings … more
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