Rabbi Olan once again visits the assassination of President John F. Kennedy almost a year later. This time, however, he ponders if death is really the end. He points out that many people believe that when they die, they will be rewarded for the good deeds and punished for their sins. Rabbi Olan asserts that this is no way to live; indeed it is no reason to live. When we die, we leave a legacy that can be felt for generations after, so it is better to live a good life rather than worry about the mysterious unknown.
*Written by Anjelica Ruiz.*