Nov 22, 2022
Rabbi Steve Leder thought that after officiating more than
1,000 funerals, he understood death and the loss experienced by
those it leaves behind. But it wasn’t until his own father passed
away that he felt in his heart, rather than just knowing in his
head, the depth and breadth of losing a loved one.
The lessons he’s learned and the applications he’s still
living out have made clear to him that the losses we experience in
life can be the fuel for living more intentionally. He says that we
can craft a life today that will make us good ancestors to our
family that follows.
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