Monthly Archives: September 2013

Bereshit: Which Creation story to experience today?

The weather around Chicago this week has been particularly conducive to think in terms of new beginnings.  Crisp, clear, cool in the mornings and evenings…in a word, the perfect autumn days.  We are , in fact, at a place of … Continue reading

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Sukkot: Building community

If we ever needed an exercise in fragility (not futility), there is the holiday of  Sukkot.  Ok, for some , putting up a sukkah may be futile, but at their best, they are fragile structures.  Intentionally.  We’ve just come through … Continue reading

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