Wednesday, December 7, 2016 Kislev 7, 5777
By:
Rabbi Lance J. Sussman
What happened to Noah, the calm ship captain who stayed even-keel in the storm? One possibility is that he developed the first reported case of post-traumatic stress disorder.
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By:
Rabbi Arthur Waskow
In a generation when human intervention is deeply wounding the web of life on Earth and with it the patterns of human community and prosperity, we may see a new facet of the story of Eden, the Garden of Delight.
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By:
Rabbi Audrey R. Korotkin
Even if we cannot make sense of life in some grand cosmic sense, we can find purpose and satisfaction in the tasks of daily life.
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By:
Rabbi Gerald R. Fox
No matter what, the future is coming. Why not be happy to hear the shofar announcing its arrival rather than being filled with dread upon the prospect of yet another year posing as someone we are not?
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By:
Shraga Sherman
Yom Kippur is when we shine as Jews. It’s when our inner G-dliness unites with our outer self. It’s a time of true oneness, unity and shine.
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