Shuly Rubin Schwartz, provost and dean of graduate and undergraduate studies at the Jewish Theological Seminary, some years ago experienced the death of a young adult son, and a few months later the death of her rabbi husband. In the hope that her words might help others who live each day with the heartache of grief, she agreed to speak about her grieving, including some of the creative ways she and her family learned to keep the memories of their loved ones alive. Sara Beth Berman of the Jewish Theological Seminary interviewed her for podcast series “What Now?”
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