We may go to the polls once or twice a year, but we vote with our money choices every day — and those money votes add up to determine the state of our communities, our nation and our world.
Jewish burial has experienced fads throughout history, from a simple pine box to embalmment and back again. The pendulum is still swinging today.
We need a Jewish conversation that speaks to the realities of both cremation and burial. It involves facing death and what it means for our lives, writes Regina Sandler-Phillips.