Here Is Your Slogan & Something Else Here
Sep 30, 2016 by Rabbi Denise Eger
With the New Year set to begin shortly, I know most of my rabbinical friends are working very hard to craft their sermons and iyunim....
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 29, 2016 by Rabbi Spike Anderson
At this moment of writing I sit in my study at Temple Emanu-El, the early morning quiet contoured by impending rain clouds that...
Sep 28, 2016 by Rabbi Jordie Gerson
My ex-boyfriend used to joke: I love you every week of the year, except for the week between Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur. Oh, and...
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...
Sep 12, 2016 by Rabbi Barry Block
“Make new friends, and keep the old. One is silver and the other’s gold.” We all heard and likely sang that ditty as children. We...
Jun 16, 2015 by Rabbi Edwin Goldberg
Some weeks ago I was sitting in a synagogue in the Upper East Side of New York on a beautiful May morning, listening to the beautiful...
May 11, 2015 by Rabbi Edwin Goldberg
What follows is a hypothetical letter written after this coming Yom Kippur to myself. Dear Myself from Three Months Ago, As I munch...
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