Giving charity, time, and effort is a traditional and significant way of honoring the memory of one who has died.
What it means to enter this world in the same way as we leave it.
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.
Death and burial issues for interfaith families and Jews by choice.
A brief summary of traditional Jewish views of death--including its tragedy and its inevitability.