APRIL 6, 2019- save the date
I was in my High School orchestra, but I was really bad. I played the viola. Because there were only two violists, I sat “first stand” – even though I was really bad. That meant I turned the pages while the first violist – who was really good – played. After a while, I even […]
Shanah tovah! I wish you a good and healthy New Year. May it be as sweet as apples and honey. It’s not very Jewish to wish each other a Happy New Year, although we do it. It’s not very Jewish because we’re realists: no one has a fully happy year, let alone week or even […]
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It’s been six years since the Butwin family was murdered, but I can remember the events of that day perfectly. I remember the growing horror as the facts began to emerge: a member of our synagogue had killed his wife and three children, and then took his own life. I remember feeling empty, heart-broken, and […]
As Jews, we understand what it means to be in exile. We also understand the obligation “not to stand idly by” when another bleeds. That’s why the desperate situation of the Rohingya minority in Burma calls out to us, demanding our attention and action. Please follow this link for more information on the Rohingya, and […]
The words of Kohelet, son of David, king in Jerusalem: One generation goes, another comes, but the earth remains the same forever. The sun rises, and the sun sets – and glides back to where it rises. All streams flow into the sea, yet the sea is never full; to the place from which they […]