In this week’s Torah portion, we read about the passing of Sarah, Abraham’s wife. We watch Abraham purchase a burial plot for her and begin the mourning process. As we have spent a lot of time talking about recently, Judaism urges us to count our blessings and focus on the things that bring us happiness and joy. This being said, Sarah’s passing and Abraham’s experience as a mourner remind us that we do need to spend some time planning for the unhappy moments of our lives. I believe that if we do this planning, we can, to the best of our abilities, make the death of a loved one and the mourning process less complicated. Click HERE to download a copy of What Do I Do Now? What To Do When There Is A Death In The Family, which I hope you will never have to rely upon but I hope you will read. As you do read it, let me know if you have any questions or concerns.