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Linda Goldberg

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“I have an obligation to tell my children the story of the Exodus from Egypt. Our children don’t even know what charoset is! I have a responsibility to remember and pass on the traditions.” Adam’s voice rang strong.
“Bring your husband to the hospital,” the doctor said after I told him Adam was having trouble walking because his feet were numb.
I’m falling, paralyzed by fear. Next thing I know, I wake up but I’m still falling—falling without a parachute.
Maybe I turned down the wrong street. They all look alike.
Lasting impressions from my husband’s funeral
As I sat down in the dimly lit chapel, I saw that my grandchildren were sitting in rows on both sides of the aisle. Friends and relatives who had greeted me now sat in the back row seats. A fully lit menorah glowed in front of a placard with the 23rd Psal...
I remember 13 years ago. An icy rain like death called to me from the west. I looked out the window in the darkness and shivered.
I see flashes in my left eye. I need an appointment with a retina specialist.
Men walk into your apartment carrying a stretcher. “I’m not going to the hospital,” you say.
As my four grandsons watched wide-eyed, I could feel all the bubbies and zaidies in the room . . .
Yesterday, shiva over, the rabbi had said, “It’s time for you to go out.” Time was so unforgiving; Becky was not ready...
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