The Scourge and Gift of Time: Part Two

In Part One of this two-part series, we saw that the great Jewish philosopher Abraham Joshua Heschel observed that our later years can be regarded as “formative years, rich in possibilities to unlearn the follies of a lifetime.” In that article, we saw how those autumn and winter seasons of… Continue reading

The Scourge and Gift of Time: Part One

I have never met anyone who would like to live his or her live over again with the same repetition of experiences—a perpetual “Groundhog Life” repeated ad infinitum ad nauseum.  At times, I’ve wished I could live my life over again knowing what I know now. I would make fewer… Continue reading