For many, Chanukah is eight nights of fun with family and friends.
Gifts, gelt, latkes and donuts are shared. Chanukah can also be a reflective personal time, as Jewish people consider spirituality over materialism and the triumph of light over darkness. Often, this includes spirited conversation among loved ones about the path each of us is taking, along with our hopes and wishes for the future.
Those meaningful occasions, when families come together, offer a rare opportunity to share your desires about how you want to live out your life. By choosing to discuss your advance care plans with your loved ones, you are choosing your own path and taking that responsibility off the shoulders of those you love.
This can truly be a gift.
Having a hard time starting the conversation? Try our Dreidel Game game as a way to “break the ice”
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