Friday, March 6, 2015 AdarI 15, 5775
Three prominent ethicists discuss the difficulties of getting people to stop behaving badly.
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Kathryn Levy Feldman, Inside Magazine Feature
Meet three people who have dedicated their lives to showing others how to do the right thing
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The unexpected pleasures of getting to know a relative you will never meet.
By:
Gail Snyder, Inside Magazine Feature
Just because a family member is no longer living doesn't mean you can't get to know them.
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Reflections on bashert, soul mates and “happily ever after"
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What exactly is bashert and how does this Jewish concept fit into our modern day search for a soul mate?
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By:
Julie Wiener, JTA
Exact numbers are hard to come by, but by some estimates half of Reform movement rabbinical students come from interfaith families — a sign, some argue, that children of mixed marriages need not be lost to the Jewish community.
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Rabbi Arthur Waskow was honored for his life’s work alongside famous feminist Gloria Steinem, who credits the rabbi as an inspiration.
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