Sunday, July 5, 2015 Tammuz 18, 5775

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One of the few things that Jews approach with as much gusto as eating is talking about food: where to eat, what we just ate, how does this meal compare with the last one.
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MISHPATIM, Exodus 22:4-8
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Rabbi Adam Zeff
It is not easy to lead an ethical life. There are so many choices to be made each day, and, as detailed in this week’s Torah portion, so many guidelines and rules to be considered. Why bother? Who cares? Does it really matter how I act?
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YITRO, Exodus 18:1-20:23
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Rabbi Sue Levi Elwell
We arrive this week at Yitro. We have come through the sea, singing songs of triumph and dancing with joy. Now the work of becoming a people begins.
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Ben Sales, JTA
On Jan. 18, for the first time since the massive Carmel fire, families came to plant trees in the forest in advance of Tu B’Shevat, the Jewish New Year for trees.
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Tu ­B’Shevat — traditionally known as the new year of the trees — has become Judaism’s most environmentally focused holiday. But how much "greening" is going on?
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