Welcome to my website. Please follow the links to learn more about me, my classes and workshops on Living and Leaving Your Legacy® as well as my journaling, Room 732, and the project I am currently working on.
If you are interested in attending a legacy class or would like to engage me as a speaker, please contact Merle R. Saferstein at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the contact form.
If you’re planning to take Merle Saferstein’s class on how to leave a legacy, don’t expect your assignment to prompt a nostalgic stroll down memory lane. Once the retired educator begins asking pointed questions, the course will feel more like emotional boot camp-in a good sort of way. She’ll demand that you dig into your hidden hopes, examine your most important values and determine if you’re truly putting your effort where your heart is. Ana Veciana-Suarez, Miami Herald
Read the full article Here.
Please view the following video which best describes the legacy classes. It might take a minute to download.
For over forty years, I have kept journals. Over a period of fourteen years, I went back through my journals, read them, and took excerpts from these 360 journals on approximately seventy topics. I am currently beginning to write a series of books using these excerpts. Please watch this video which explains why my journals will become my legacy.
I am facilitating a writing workshop, The Women’s Writing Connection, at Gilda’s Club, a cancer support community, in Ft. Lauderdale. The class takes place the second and fourth Thursday of every month. For anyone who is currently affected by cancer or knows someone who is and might like to join us, please call 954-763-6776.
Room 732 takes place at the Hollywood Beach Hotel in South Florida during the years 1934 to 2012. Woven into stories of love and human connection, all of which take place in Room 732, you will meet two strangers who become friends, a seasoned Naval officer who is preparing sailors for war, and a young married woman who explores her innermost thoughts. You also will encounter a divorced father who is spending time with his daughter after a long absence, two cousins who have come to the hotel on a special mission, and many other individuals who have stories to tell.
Saferstein’s concept is clever…It’s clear that she did her research before writing; each chapter abounds with accurate historical details. A good conceit. Kirkus Review
On May 2, 2016, my article entitled Jumping for Our Legacy appeared on the Huffington Post.
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