Monday, September 22, 2014 Elul 27, 5774
With the convergence of the Shmita and our High Holiday introspection of what we can do better in the coming year, we should be more focused than ever about the danger of global warming’s ominous momentum.
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Rabbi Yael Levy
Mindfulness — the practice of listening, paying attention, waking up to the present moment — is exactly what the Days of Awe call us to do.
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Rabbi Sue Levi Elwell
Elul is the perfect time to go through our closets, both actual and metaphorical, as we prepare for the new year, a local rabbi writes.
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From youth group activisim to Adath Jeshurun's pulpit, Rabbi Rachel Kobrin aims to foster Jewish learning, social justice and soulful prayer.
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Local Jewish environmentalists of all ages are heading to New York City to advocate for action on climate change.
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