I don’t know which part of me — the writer or the life coach — derived more joy from my conversation with social worker Sandy Meyers and teacher Sherman Taishoff about the late Beatrice Taishoff’s ethical will. We conversed around a table at Jewish Home Lifecare in the Bronx and the result was a Game Plan column called Of Ethical Wills and Legacy. At this time in our nation, it feels particularly poignant to think about leaving behind a document that expresses our values.
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