Sunday, April 26, 2015 Iyyar 7, 5775

As the chagim approach, we are experiencing a plethora of transitions in our local institutions. Change is inevitable in both our personal and communal lives. But that doesn’t make it easy. As the saying goes: “The only people who like change are wet babies.”
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By:
Janet Ruth Falon
It’s time to stop being late, fellow Jews — and what better time to arrive on time than the upcoming High Holidays?
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By:
Rob Eshman, Jewish Journal
This year, I started building my sukkah in December because I’m making the ritual hut from homeless signs.
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By:
Matt Howell and Kerrin Gallipoli
Two mentors who facilitated a program that brings Arab and Jewish middle school students together in the West Bank and Israel reflect on the power of writing to make young people feel less alone.
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A letter writer adds some advice on how synagogues should stay in touch with colege students
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