Tag Archives: Humanistic Judaism

Five Jewish Questions – High Holidays 2020/5781

We are told that asking questions, and answering questions with questions, is very Jewish. What must we ask and answer today, now, in this moment? Continue reading

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Shabbat Alone and Together

Jewish tradition says, “do not separate yourself from the community,” but it also says, “choose life!” Continue reading

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Old Challenges Anew – What Can We Do (Yom Kippur 5780/2019)

Don’t do nothing just because you can’t do everything! Continue reading

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Old Challenges Anew – Jewish Future (Yom Kippur 5780/2019)

Is the kiddush cup half-empty and draining, or half-full and rising? Continue reading

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Yaakov Malkin – A Tribute

Many parents have only a few children. A great teacher has many children, because the teacher’s students become teachers themselves, sharing wisdom even wider. Continue reading

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