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Walking Together

Parents and children often live in separate worlds. No matter how close they may be emotionally, their experiences, friends, and values are generally quite distinct.

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A Host of Angels
Davar Acher By: 
Jeff Bernhardt

In Parashat Vayeira we find a number of familiar biblical accounts, including Abraham's hospitality to the strangers who tell him about the upcoming birth of a son by his wife Sarah; Abrah

Hearing the Silent, Seeing the Invisible

Throughout Parashat Vayeira, beings both divine and mortal use powerful words. Equally profound throughout this portion, however, are the volumes unspoken.

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The Messenger in Each of Us
Davar Acher By: 
Laurence P. Malinger

When I was eighteen months old, I was involved in an accident. I was running in the kitchen and accidentally tripped over the cord of a coffee percolator.

And Sara Laughed (and Laughed, and Laughed)

“A day without laughter is a day wasted,” Charlie Chaplin.1 “Against the assault of laughter nothing can stand,” Mark Twain.

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Sarah and Hagar: Laughter and Tears
Davar Acher By: 
Ruth A. Zlotnick

I agree with Kurt Vonnegut—it’s also been my experience that laughter and tears are different responses to the same human need: to withstand difficult situations.


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