You know that Abraham, Noah, and Moses didn’t kick back and retire at 65, right? They embarked on their greatest adventures at an age where most of us think of retiring. If you read the Old Testament literally, Abraham was 75 when he got the call from G-d to journey to Canaan, where he fathered children and lived to be 175. Noah may have been 480 when G-d asked him to build an ark!
The Last Act explores aging through a Jewish lens, featuring interviews with rabbis and scholars discussing what the Torah says about long life and spirituality.