Friday, May 29, 2015 Sivan 11, 5775
By:
Edmon J. Rodman, JTA
A columnist wonders if we should be knocking on our heads instead of our hearts during the Yom Kippur confession. Isn't that where all the trouble starts?
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By:
Rabbi Margot Stein
A rabbi uses a famous prayer to analyze her response to her son's continuing struggle with cancer.
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By:
Itzhak Brook, JE Feature
On the 40th anniversary of the 1973 Yom Kippur, a battalion physician speaks of his experience as a daily struggle for survival, requiring resourcefulness and strength despite the presence of fear and anxiety.
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By:
Ellen Sue Spicer-Jacobson, JE Feature
On a kibbutz near the Galilee, a Kol Nidre service in 1973 takes on special meaning.
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By:
Rabbi Sue Levi Elwell
Most rabbis spend the summer months preparing for the High Holidays. This summer, my High Holiday preparation included travelling to Lucknow, India, with 16 other rabbis to immerse ourselves in a “service learning” approach to increasing global justice.
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