Thought for the Day

Nov 15, 2011 | 1 comment

While attending services for the Jewish high holiday Yom Kippur, my husband jotted down this meditation out of the prayer book. It’s worth pondering any day of the year.

“When we are dead, and people weep for us and grieve, let it be because we touched their lives with beauty and simplicity. Let it not be said that life was good to us, but rather, that we were good to life.” — Jacob P. Rudin


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