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Sometimes to be grateful feels lousy. It might feel at times simplistic, old school, and maybe it feels like being the goody-goody in class. Especially when it comes to being grateful to the … more
Some years ago there was a conference on “Science and Religion” with prestigious speakers including the late Dr. Robert Jastrow and Rabbi Dr. Dovid Refson. Dr. Jastrow was an Astrophysicist … more
Two articles ago, which is a month ago, I said that I'll share something new that I learned, so here it is. There is a verse in Ezekiel where the prophet finds a group of women involved in idol … more
As I'm writing this article on Wednesday, we are getting ready for a fast day which is called Tisha B'av. The fast day is a time of mourning for the destruction of the two Temples in Jerusalem and … more
I had two difficult weeks. After the publishing of last week's installment, I realized that I made a mistake in becoming emotionally involved in current events and writing about it. It's not fair for … more
We are living in interesting times. I usually try to keep out of getting emotionally involved with current events because I believe that it's unproductive. However, at this point the anger and … more
In the last few weeks, we've all been discussing the racial problems that's plaguing our society and the pain that the Black community is going through. I'd like to offer a few remarks that readers … more
“There were probably never so many Hasidim in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, in its history, and here they're riding in, literally, to save lives,” according to a quote in a NY Times article on May 12, … more
My favorite Jewish holiday falls on next Friday and Saturday, the 29th and 30th of May. The holiday is called Shavuos and it celebrates the receiving of the Torah on Mt. Sinai. The Torah consists of … more
Thank you everyone who shared with me thoughts and updated me on how they are doing! It is very appreciated, and it helps me to keep going with the writing. As I was preparing to write today, I … more
As I'm sitting down to write this article, I'm thinking about all my dear readers. I'm wondering how you are doing in health and overall well-being. Whenever I write, I try to imagine where my … more
I don't have much to say, my dear readers. We are all in a state of shock of how quickly we lost our normal pace of daily living. We all have no idea of when and how all this will end. It's very … more
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