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A young woman's Jewish journey that gives me hope

After leaving Adath Israel, we began to explore what used to be the Jewish Quarter. There is very little left that would indicate this was the old Jewish Quarter. 758 more words

More Than A Smudge Of Flour

Her robe was fuzzy and peach in color. It reached all the way down to her ankles, and the long sleeves sat just above her wrists. 788 more words

Exploring Family

Seasons of Shabbat

Shabbat experiences are part of our lives, and they change over the course of a lifetime. The Shabbat we remember (or don’t) from our childhoods is not the Shabbat we will have as new parents.  90 more words

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Shrouds and Shovels

3/27/2015

Shrouds and Shovels

Don’t cap your upside, transform your downside.

Fear and lack of self worth manifest a breeding ground for a dis-aligned relationship with success. 500 more words

Shavua tov! Looking forward to Shabbat Tzav.

Shavua tov – a good week to you! This week we’re reading the Torah portion known as Tzav, the second Torah portion in the book of Vayikra (Leviticus). 108 more words

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