Rabbi Daniel Cohen has served in the rabbinate for over 20 years and currently serves as the senior Rabbi at Congregation Agudath Sholom in Stamford, Connecticut, the largest modern-orthodox synagogue in New England. He recently authored What Will They Say About You When You Are Gone? Creating a Life of Legacy?
Reverend Greg M. Doll is senior pastor at the Noroton Presbyterian Church in Darien, Connecticut, and the Chaplain of the New York City Football Club.
Rabbi Cohen and Rev. Doll co-host of the nationally syndicated radio show, “The Rabbi and the Reverend”.
Three questions to ask yourself...and four healthy practices to help you stay, as the Bob Dylan song implores us, "forever young."
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Add silence to your list of human necessities. A week spent disconnected and mainly alone with just your thoughts could be the best thing you ever do.
Constant tragic news breeds anxiety and despair. Don’t lose hope! Here’s how anyone can create greater peace and understanding in the world.
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We all face challenges at different points of our life when we seem to be stuck in a problem without a clear path forward…but you can find it.
We’ve all been given a unique set of talents and passions…the things handed down. But what will you do with your gifts? How do you pass them on?
Four ways to reconnect to a loved one no matter how many years since he or she died. One candle, one soul, can light many flames. Pass it on!
The opportunities for frustration are endless at holiday time. But, whether from family tensions or travel hassles, you don’t have to let it get to you.
Elijah was a prophet who appeared throughout history to spread light in dark times. How can you make your own Elijah Moments? Ideas to get you started…
Our faith traditions offer very effective strategies for defusing heated conversations (especially political ones) where participants disagree.
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Stuckness is epidemic. Follow these four steps to getting unstuck, and reenergize your life!