Monthly Archives: October 2014

Jewish Beginnings, Middles, and Endings

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A friend of mine has asked me to officiate at a Memorial Service for her mother who was more a Humanist than in any sense formally Jewish. But the mother left directions that when she died she wanted a Memorial Service involving her children and their families, and she wanted a rabbi to preside. I was…

Ten Ways To Create Your Best Life Every Day, Every Week, All the Time

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Now that Rosh Hashana is past, and with the passing of Simchat Torah the High Holy Day season being truly over, and with yesterday being “Shabbat B’reishit” the Sabbath of the first section of Genesis, it is time to speak of new beginnings. And speaking of beginnings . . .  It is interesting to look at…