Sunday, May 29, 2016 Iyyar 21, 5776
By:
Tal Becker
In the same way there is an exchange rate that translates the value of currency in one country to its value in another, Tal Becker wishes there was an exchange rate for words in the Mideast. That way, words like “peace,” and “democracy” could be given a numerical weight based on the context in which they were uttered.
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By:
Julie Cohen
After preaching work-life balance for over a decade, honoring Shabbat ended up being the catalyst for career coach Julie Cohen to walk her talk.
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By:
Rabbi Rayzel Raphael
The Book of Ruth is read at this time of year on the holiday of Shavuot, which highlights the themes of harvest and relationships, as does Ruth's story.
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By:
Rabbi Yael Levy
Shavuot urges us to engage our imagination, to cultivate awe, and to consider the meaning of the Ten Devarim in our lives.
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A Wynnewood rabbi reflects on how his father finally found Jewish community in his 80s and became a Bar Mitzvah.
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