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August 28, 1992 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-08-28

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fers to this movement as
spiritual eldering. Rabbi
—‘, Schacter-Shalomi refers to
the United States as a youth
culture. When people age
they tend to feel useless,
become depressed and move
to Florida to act like chil-
cdren. "This is tragic," he
said.
'
Instead, the elderly should
‘-, harvest the experience of
' their lifetime —matching
> their extended life with an
extended consciousness, said
. (Rabbi Schacter-Shalomi.
"Meditation and prayer
gives older adults the Kab-
balistic, contemplative
knowledge to accept age as
not about getting old but
about understanding the
°wisdom gained over the
years," Rabbi Schacter-
'7 Shalomi said.
Rabbi Schacter-Shalomi
suggests older people review
their lives and realize they
• can char -. the past in some
° ways. L cites a scene from
the mu , ie Fried Green
Tomatoes to explain.
"How floes an oyster make
a pearl? A grain of sand
makes its way into the shell
and irritates the skin. From
1 , that initation a pearl is
forr-ed," Rabbi Schacter-
--Sha ' jrai loosely quoted.
; . The very thing that was a
/ sourc of irritation may end
(i up .ie-ing the pearl of your
lifetime." ❑

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