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Augusta Hammerslough Rosenwald. Text from the Ethical Will written by a Jewish woman in the 19th century. Illustrated. Part of Focus: Ethical Wills. Winter 1998.
Sidney D. Leader. Text from the author's Ethical Will discussing what we are to do "during the time that we are here." Illustrated. Part of Focus: Ethical Wills. Winter 1998.
Eric Simon. Text from the author's Ethical Will discussing how to conduct one's life in order to be a good Jew. Illustrated. Part of Focus: Ethical Wills. Winter 1998.
Sholom Aleichem. Text from the Ethical Will written by the renowned author. Illustrated. Part of Focus: Ethical Wills. Winter 1998
Evely Laser Shlensky. Text from the author's Ethical Will: "Envision a 'spiritual atmosphere' surrounding the world. Decide whether the deeds or words you're contemplating will enrich or deplete the atmosphere." Illustrated. Part of Focus: Ethical Wills. Winter 1998.
Benjamin M. Roth. Text from the author's Ethical Will discussing "a sure test of a clear conscience." Illustrated. Part of Focus: Ethical Wills. Winter 1998.
Rabbi Jack Riemer. A Jewish custom is being revived: the act of transmitting the wisdom of a lifetime from generation to generation by writing one's life lessons and what he/she wishes to teach the next generation. Part of Focus: Ethical Wills. Winter 1998.
Rabbi Alexander M. Schindler. A poetic adaptation of excerpts from Rabbi Schindler's farewell address at the UAHC biennial in Atlanta, December 1995, urging a return to synagogue: "A Reform Judaism of substance is a life path/that links the past to the future/through the wilderness of our lives." Spring 1996.

 
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