Insights on Aging from 5 World Religions
“In the earliest Jewish traditions, our wisest sages and judges were referred to simply by the term 'Zekeinim' - which translates simply to 'elders.' Thus it can be assumed that with age, comes wisdom - and what is to be honored more than wisdom? If you look at a number of our biblical stories, you will note than many of our ancestors did their best 'work' in their old age…Moses is around 80 when he is sent to deliver the people from Egypt and there are countless other examples. Rabbinic literature is filled with numerous examples of elderly sages imparting their wisdom, and of people who have been rewarded for respecting and honoring their elderly parents.” “What Does Judaism Have to Say About Aging…” --Rabbi Iscah Waldman
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