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KINDNESS BEFORE TRUTH

KINDNESS BEFORE TRUTH We observed the holiday of Shavuot this past week. This holiday commemorates the 6th day of the 
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TODAY’S MOMENTS ARE TOMORROW’S MEMORIES

TODAY’S MOMENTS ARE TOMORROW’S MEMORIES “I’m New at Being Old”, a book by Lucy Rose Fischer, Ph.D., caught my eye 
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Exercises and Tips to Boost Cognitive Function

Memory is an essential component of our cognitive function, playing a crucial role in our daily lives. As we age, 
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LIVE AND LEARN

LIVE AND LEARN Jewish Senior Life of Metropolitan Detroit is known for signature programming spanning a range of interests, and 
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GRIN AND BEAR IT

GRIN AND BEAR IT How often do we ask others, “So how are you doing?” after we learn they’ve recently 
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HADASSAH L’DOR V’DOR

HADASSAH L’DOR V’DOR This past Wednesday, Elizabeth Silver, and Sophie Klisman, two Holocaust Survivors who reside happily at Meer Apartments, 
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LOVE IS THE ANSWER

LOVE IS THE ANSWER At this moment in history, there is a painful divide separating people. We can’t stand idly 
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A SENIOR MOMENT

A SENIOR MOMENT I was on the phone catching up with my daughter Lindsey recently and in the middle of 
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EVERYDAY PEOPLE

EVERYDAY PEOPLE Everyone has a calling, a purpose – to discover why we’re here, and then once discovered, the responsibility 
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The Joy and Impact of Volunteerism in Senior Communities

Introduction The twilight years are often depicted as a period for relaxation and reflection, a well-deserved break after decades of 
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