The Elephant in the Room Reviewed by The Daily Rabbi

The term “memoir” used to be reserved for thick, comprehensive volumes written by noted individuals nearing the end of their lives. Personal accounts of lesser-known people, however intriguing or expansive, were labeled “narratives” (as in slave narratives); and...

The Elephant in the Room Reviewed by The Jewish Action

I’m finding it harder to be inspired in my forties than I did in my twenties. Somehow, exploring life’s endless possibilities and grappling with textual and philosophical questions has morphed into conversations about homework, menu planning and budget stretching. At...
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