Monthly Archives: September 2014

Shana Tovah: Happy New Year

It’s getting pretty crazy around here – I don’t know how it happens, but every year, the date of the New Year sneaks up on me.  Same date, every year – Tishrei 1 – but it still sneaks up. Whoa. … Continue reading

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Ki Tavo: Approaching a new beginning

That which is unknown, will be known. One might think that this is a statement all about the High Holidays that are coming up in a couple of weeks (!).  And that would be true, but it also encapsulates a … Continue reading

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Ki Tetzei: A wedding, a community, the next step

Ki Tetzei is such a mish-mash of ideas.  It’s kind of like Moses’ brain dump at the end of Deuteronomy, just as he is about to leave the people, go up the mountain and die. I have no intention of … Continue reading

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