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“Rabbi”ing Out Loud
My favorite blog of all time is not a blog. Actually it was a blog before there was such a thing as a blog, or even such a thing as the web. It is Anna Quindlen’s Living in the 30’s column that appeared in the New York Times in the 1980s and then was collected into a book called Living Out Loud (which if you haven’t read, you must!)
When I was first invited to blog several months ago it was Quindlen’s notion of what living out loud meant that spoke to me. I think this will be kind of a “Rabbi”ing Out Loud – namely the opportunity to be reflective about my rabbinate, my Judaism, my congregation.
So welcome, I’m so delighted that you’ve joined me for this journey. I’ll look forward to hearing from you about what you’d like to see here, including issues you’re curious about, questions you have, and comments about the panoply of Jewish life.