The Jewish approach to death and mourning reflects a two-part ethic: the equal treatment of rich and poor in death, and the importance of channeling, and then limiting, our mourning.
The questions that a liberal Jew asks when a loved one dies often go beyond the strict requirements of Jewish law.
End of Life
Hasidic lessons on facing end of life.
Though most rabbinic authorities allow organ transplants, the Jewish community has a poor track record when it comes to donations.
What is the Jewish position on RU-486 ?
Jewish lifecycle ceremonies celebrate change, and sanctify the ordinary.
Traditionalist Jews have many objections to new, or renewed, lifecycle ceremonies.
Overview of various themes in Jewish lifecycle.
Gender & Sexuality
LGBT issues in Judaism
Does a fetus have the same legal status as a person?
About Jewish Lifecycle. Jewish Ceremonies and Rituals.
For the Jews of North Africa couscous is as homey as apple pie.