Monthly Archives: April 2012
As Passover, our new year of Jewish peoplehood, is about to begin, this journey of #blogexodus concludes by looking into our Jewish future. One of the great joys and privileges of being a Rabbi is that I am constantly surround … Continue reading
When my colleague, Rabbi Phyllis Sommer proposed the idea of #blogexodus, I was most intrigued not by her choice of topics for each day leading up to Passover, but by the order she chose to put them in. With one … Continue reading
Because it’s Opening Day and because those who know me well know that at least one #blogexodus post had to refer to the world’s greatest ball club… Only Nine More Days Until the Red Sox Home Opener The Countdown Continues!
The subject chosen for today’s #blogexodus is “Greenery” as in the Karpas that adorns our seder tables. But I have a different color in mind on this 2nd day of April. Today is Worldwide Autism Awareness Day and “Blue” is … Continue reading
(Composed on 9 Nisan) This morning, standing in the parking lot after Religious School with a few of our parents, I remarked that things had suddenly turned cold, wet, and gloomy after a week of almost summer like weather. In … Continue reading