Why Should You Care about Apathy? The Dirty Truth about Insidious Indifference

Special to the Jewish Week

When my husband Michael and I packed a bag to bring up to visiting day at the kids’ sleep-away camp, we threw in the super soaker Jacob had requested, the light-up yo-yo Sophie asked for, and a pair of nail clippers. What we really should have packed was a tub of sheep dip for boys, and our industrial strength tolerance for apathy.

Deborah Grayson Riegel
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