One of the things I’ve heard about the Millennials is that they consider their parents to be their best friends. (“Move Over, Millennials,” Editor’s column, March 21.) Yet no one has made use of this powerful bond between parent and child. Why not engage Boomers in the process of engaging their children?
I see Boomer parents/grandparents powering much of the Jewish life in their families. I think this is an overlooked gold mine.
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