Thursday, January 29, 2015 Shevat 9, 5775

By:
Ethel Hofman
THE JEWISH KITCHEN Sukkot could be described as the Jewish Thanksgiving. Like the all-American holiday, this fall festival is a celebration of a bountiful harvest. You can buy sukkah-building kits for the backyard or balcony or, as we do, set up your own with 2x4's and trellises that may be stored and used each year. Today, sukkahs are comfortable, with...
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By:
Rabbi Danielle Stillman
SUKKOT There is something magical about a sukkah. It holds us inside its flimsy walls, decorated with lights and colors. Sitting inside, barely separated from the night, we are forced to make our own warmth and joy through steaming food, and the laughter of friends and family. The shelter is temporary, but through joy, we make it something more. During...
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As the financial system teetered on the brink of collapse last fall, Rabbi Jarah Greenfield -- then in her final year of study at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College in Wyncote -- considered the very real possibility that she wouldn't land a job for the following year. Said the 32-year-old: "There was certainly a higher level of anxiety at the outset...
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By:
Aaron Passman, JE Staff
Just one year ago this month, as the High Holidays moved forward, the U.S.economy started tumbling backward. At the very moment when many felt the need to be connected to the world around them, the Jewish calendar dictated that they turn off their iPhones and BlackBerries, and disconnect for multiple days of prayer and reflection. The New York Times even...
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By:
Steven Schwarzman
The economic downturn has caused many of us to think long and hard about rebalancing our investment portfolios, reducing expenses and readjusting our priorities, especially when faced with a job loss, the loss of retirement income or looming medical bills. We know that recovering economically will take thought and effort. We know there really are no shortcuts to riches. Difficult...
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Religious Events

Fri. Jan 30
Main Line Reform Temple
5:30 PM-6:30 PM
Fri. Jan 30
Old York Road Temple-Beth Am
7:30 PM
Sun. Feb 1
Old York Road Temple-Beth Am
9:30 AM

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