Jewish laws and traditions have much to say about what happens after we die. But there is still a lot for us to consider.
My mother and I had different ideas about our Jewish identity. After she died, I had one more compromise to make.
Without ritual and prayer, grief for a lost loved one has no place to go. But can a convert to Judaism observe yahrzeit for a non-Jewish parent?
On a northern Atlantic shore, I discovered how to mourn—and honor—my brother
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