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Persevering in the Aftermath of Pittsburgh

For many Jews around the world, Saturday – Shabbat – is a time of reflection and relaxation. Saturday is a moment to take a step back from the hustle and… Read More »

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Persevering in the Aftermath of Pittsburgh

For many Jews around the world, Saturday – Shabbat – is a time of reflection and relaxation. Saturday is a moment to take a step back from the hustle and… Read More »

Hakarat Hatov – Recognizing the Good – A Practice for Gratitude

As we are preparing for Thanksgiving in our homes and with family and friends, I am thinking a lot about how Mussar (a Jewish practice devoted to cultivating personal character… Read More »

Hakarat Hatov – Recognizing the Good – A Practice for Gratitude

As we are preparing for Thanksgiving in our homes and with family and friends, I am thinking a lot about how Mussar (a Jewish practice devoted to cultivating personal character… Read More »

Hakarat Hatov – Recognizing the Good – A Practice for Gratitude

As we are preparing for Thanksgiving in our homes and with family and friends, I am thinking a lot about how Mussar (a Jewish practice devoted to cultivating personal character… Read More »

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An Invitation to Be Together…

By now, you have probably heard something about VOICE and the large public “action” featuring Governor Northam and Attorney General Herring that is happening on October 21st at Fairfax High… Read More »

Immigration Redux

(photograph by Wellington Rodriguez)   In September 2015, as European countries were building fences and locking train stations because of immigration from Turkey, I gave a sermon and said that… Read More »