Here Is Your Slogan & Something Else Here
Mar 3, 2017 by Alan S. Yoffie
Passover Seders in my family were always large affairs. Persons who had no place to go for Seder (“Welcome the stranger…”) and...
Apr 21, 2016 by Rabbi Danny Burkeman
Growing up I was a big fan of Monty Python; I would listen to their recording “Live at Drury Lane” over and over again, so much so...
Apr 20, 2016 by Rabbi Seth Limmer
This week is framed by the unfulfilled promises of liberation. On April 16, we celebrated Emancipation Day, which marks the...
Apr 18, 2016 by Hilly Haber
This week, we mark our final days in Egypt. For generations, we have languished in slavery, served our masters from the narrow...
Apr 11, 2016 by Rabbi Sara Sapadin
If the Passover seder had an anthem, my vote would be for Dayenu– the jubilant, infectious melody responsible for resuscitating...
Apr 1, 2016 by Rabbi Paul Kipnes
Years ago, unplanned repair work on our house in early spring devastated our kitchen and dining room, ripped up our living room...
Apr 23, 2014 by Rabbi Edwin Goldberg
Passover might be over, but it’s not too late (or too early…) to look back and start to bank ideas for next year. Rabbi...
Dec 18, 2013 by Rabbi Charles Briskin
Thanksgiving can be a great time to be with extended family. . . Especially when it isn’t your own. Even so it’s hard not to long for...
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