Entering the New Year 2024 with Great Trepidation, and Wishing It Was Not So

Upon the coming of the new year, for several years, I felt the need to write about my mother’s mantra that was uplifting and hopeful. See previous post, “. . . New Year’s Resolutions Focusing on Feelings That Span A Lifetime Will Bring Us Joy.” This year that post is not helping me meet the […]

A Holocaust Survivor’s Child Shares National Council of Jewish Women’s Response to Events at The Synagogue in Colleyville, Texas, Principles of Active Shooter Training to Incorporate in Daily Life, and How to Talk to Grandchildren About Terrorism

As a child of Holocaust survivors, I was not only horrified, I was and am terrified by the January 15, 2022 terrorist attack on the synagogue in Texas. We children of Holocaust survivors tend to immediately go to catastrophe, so this being the third tragedy of this sort in three years, I think the state […]

Gratitude in the New Year 2022 For the Lifetime Benefit to Us Boomers of a Combination of Active, Daily Activities

This Grandma recently ran into a professional colleague I had not seen in nearly five years. It is hard to believe I am retired from the bench for five years. I was surprised at his appearance, as he now has pure white hair of that which was left on his head, which was not much. […]

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