Friday, March 6, 2015 AdarI 15, 5775

BEHAR-BECHUKOTAI, Leviticus 25:1-27:34
By:
Rabbi Robert Rubin
In many places in the Torah, we're told to help others. Special mention is made of the orphan, the widow, the stranger in the community and the Levite (who did not own land, but depended upon the tithes and gifts of the people). All of these people were vulnerable in various ways, and all needed help from others. Today, we...
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EMOR, Leviticus 21:1-24:23
By:
Rabbi Jeff Sultar
Why aren't we at Sinai yet? When we celebrated Passover, we re-enacted our liberation from slavery. This freedom, however, was never intended to be freedom from, but rather freedom to. Not freedom from slavery, but rather freedom for a purpose, freedom to enter into a new relationship of responsibility and holiness. This new relationship would begin at Mount Sinai. And...
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Extension of existing 'eruv' will allow simple tasks to get done
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For more than 30 years now, Norm Garfield has not been able to retrieve his Saturday morning paper from the front lawn of his Wynnewood home. In fact, during Shabbat, he’s never been able to take advantage of a warm spring afternoon by lounging with a book in his own backyard. “You couldn’t have lunch outside either,” said the 63-year-old...
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Acharei Mot-Kedoshim, Leviticus 16:1-20:27
By:
Rabbi Michael Holzman
The second half of this week's double portion, Acharei Mot-Kedoshim, begins with some of the most exalted words of the Torah, "The Eternal spoke to Moses: 'Speak to the whole Israelite community and say to them, 'You (plural) shall be holy, for I, the Eternal your God, am holy.' " The words are beautiful, but do we know what it...
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Each new moon offers women's groups their modus vivendi
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On a recent Thursday evening, five women were sprawled out on Neely Snyder's living-room couch - their shoes off, and their feet tucked underneath them or resting casually on the coffee table. The conversation jumped from the fresh produce at the local farmers market to their Philadelphia neighborhood, Mount Airy, being featured on Page 277 of the April issue of...
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