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Posted on November 4, 2010

Yitzhak Rabin z”l November 4, 1995

Fifteen years. Is it possible that fifteen years have passed since Yizthak Rabin was killed at a Tel Aviv peace rally? Fifteen years since that Saturday night when the prince of peace was killed with the words to Shir L’Shalom, The Song for Peace, bloodied and pierced with a bullet hole still in his pocket. Continue Reading »

Posted on October 27, 2010

Why Did God Put the Tags in Back?

God has been a frequent topic of conversation in our house. It started a few weeks ago when my almost five year old daughter pointed to my head and said, “What’s that?” “That’s my hair.” I replied. “No that, next to your head.” I explained that it was the place where your hair comes out Continue Reading »

Posted on October 13, 2010

Freeing the Captive

Like many of you, I have been captivated by the story of the 33 Chilean miners trapped underground since August 5. I spoke about them on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur (you can find it in the sermons section of this website) as an example of living as though your present reality is not the Continue Reading »

Posted on September 5, 2010

Communities and Individuals

Community, community, community. That’s what we talk about these days. It’s right that we should talk about community as we prepare to gather in the largest numbers of the year. As we try to “craft” a tefillah experience that is meaningful for all of us in the Krieger Auditorium, I am wrestling with the two Continue Reading »

Posted on August 11, 2010

“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 Continue Reading »