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Abraham and Sarah entered each day as one would enter his home, entirely and without reserve...
Abraham was old, and he lived his life by entering into his days. He didn't transition from one stage of his life to the next, leaving each episode behind as he began the next...
Founding a new philosophy and religion at age 3? Starting a family at age 100? The lives of founding fathers and mother of the Jewish people hold this lesson for us: Youth is no hindrance and age is no barrier.
The events recounted in the Torah section of Chayei Sarah all take place after Sarah's death. Not only that -- they seem to all underscore the fact of her demise. Yet "Chayei Sarah" means "the life of Sarah"!
The Jewish view on aging and retirement
The Rebbe's revolutionary view on aging and "retirement," and -- by extension -- on life, work and productivity.
Chayei Sarah
What is it about youth that makes us yearn to be young again?
1. The parshah starts with the passing away of Sarah and her burial. Why then is the parshah called “Chayei Sarah” — “The life of Sarah” — and not “Mitat Sarah” — “The death of Sarah”? The notion that the name of the parshah is the first significant word ...
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