Here Is Your Slogan & Something Else Here
Dec 13, 2016 by Andy Kahn
While I was riding the subway home from school yesterday, six very large white men stepped onto the subway together. There was no act...
Dec 12, 2016 by Rabbi Allen I. Freehling
Because my classmates and are celebrating our 50th year in the rabbinate, it’s not at all surprising that I find myself in a...
Dec 8, 2016 by Rabbi Ellen Lewis
I’ve had a few weeks to reflect since our post-election call; I imagine you all have. I have experienced a heightened awareness of...
Nov 29, 2016 by Rabbi Barry Block
“Allied” opens in Casablanca, home to the most classic of World War II movies. Its protagonists, Marianne (Marion...
Nov 7, 2016 by Rabbi Rachel G. Greengrass
Something strange has happened this election year. Instead of focusing on how uniquely qualified, informed, compassionate, and...
Oct 5, 2016 by Rabbi Alan Henkin
As my service as the CCAR Placement Director is winding down and my sojourn in New York is coming to a close, I find myself...
Sep 30, 2016 by Rabbi David Stern
How to find and offer wisdom in a polarized world? We live in an uncompromising age, a time of hard edges and bristling polemic. Our...
Sep 27, 2016 by Rabbi Sara Sapadin
The Un’taneh Tokef calls to mind the profound uncertainties with which we live each day, and the reality that life often unfolds in...
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