On Borrowed Time
I am a 70-year-old fit Jewish divorced woman who has had two heart attacks within a year. I light candles, partake in some study and observe all holidays. I have one son, single, 27, a mature physics PhD student who is now taking a more active role in his mother’s life, a good relationship. I am no longer a candidate for stents and bypass and was told that I have 3 years to live.
Rabbi, what questions do I ask myself to make each day count more?