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After the recent passing of Israeli President Shimon Peres, z"l, I'm remembering the time I sat down with him in a Manhattan midtown hotel in 1994 at the beginning of the Oslo process to discuss th

Aron Hirt-Manheimer

It's rare that everyone in my family is together for Shabbat.

Cantor Penny Kessler

Is Thanksgiving a Jewish holiday? No - so it is up to us to make it so.

Rabbi Jessica Locketz

We live in a world in which we are constantly overworked, overtired, and overstressed, leaving us with the feeling that we have so much to accomplish and not enough time to do it all.

Rabbi P.J. Schwartz

There is so much left at the end of the day for which I have no time or energy that I often wonder if I'll be able to get to some of the projects on my to-do list before

Rabbi David Z. Vaisberg

Picture this: The setting was a dining room on the East Coast on Friday, October 31st, sometime in the late 1990s.

Rabbi Rebecca Einstein Schorr

Shabbat is an ever-evolving practice.

Brad Cohen

Following the destruction of the Second Temple in 70 CE, there was no central place for Jews to make sacrifices and worship God.

Rabbi P.J. Schwartz

Our tradition gives life to journeying. The Torah affirms wandering.

Rabbi Steven Moskowitz

Our Mortality

Rabbi Richard N. Levy

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