Thursday, July 31, 2014 Av 4, 5774

BO, Exodus 10:1-13:16
By:
Rabbi Eric Rosin
One of the most powerful aspects of our tradition is that the practice of Judaism does not demand that we draw distinctions between a sacred plane and the everyday existence in which we live. Instead, it helps us to contextualize our daily reality so that we can maintain an awareness of the sanctity of the world as we negotiate our...
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VAERA, Exodus 6:2-9:35
By:
Rabbi David Gutterman
Many of us tuned into last week's presidential address. Whether it will tip the scales and prove to be efficacious, only time will tell. But I was reminded of a fascinating anecdote that I read in a book written by Richard Nixon, titled In the Arena. Unlike the practice of today, where handlers and spin doctors essentially write presidential addresses,...
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Residents of the Madlyn and Leonard Abramson Center for Jewish Life in Horsham and kindergarten students from Temple Judea of Bucks County celebrated Chanukah with stories, songs and an olive-oil press demonstration given by Rabbi Zushe Gurevitz of the Chabad Lubavitch Jewish Center in Abington. From left are students Sarit Held and Jay Pogach of Doylestown, and Abramson resident Hedwig...
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Rabbi Mordechai ("Mordy") and Limor Friedman share a cozy office lined with Hebrew books inside Steinhardt Hall, home of Hillel at the University of Pennsylvania. You might think the space would be too close for comfort, but they said they're rarely in their office at the same time, and are so busy on campus that a good chunk of the...
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SHEMOT, Exodus 1:1-6:1
By:
Rabbi David Gutterman
Even as we begin a new book in our people's journey, we already know the the story's end. And it will be a good one. The Jewish people will be redeemed and the world will be ennobled for our being its conscience. The challenge is getting there. Yet in this new chapter in the life of our people, an all-too-familiar...
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