Monthly Archives: November 2016

Chayeh Sarah: Holy Space

Sarah died.  In the entire history of the Jewish people to this point, this is the first time we read about someone dying and being buried.  Abel died back in Eden, but we know nothing about where he was buried.  … Continue reading

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Vayera: Don’t feed the mob

This week’s parasha is so full of narrative and meaning, I hardly know where to begin.  But since I must narrow it down to something, and since I’m still reeling from the events of last week, looking for rays of … Continue reading

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Noach: Rainbows

Everyone has a rainbow story.  The first time you saw one.  The time you saw a double rainbow.  They are stunning and magical and ethereal and fragile; they make you stop and really look.   I once saw a triple rainbow.  … Continue reading

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