Tag Archives: B’ha’alotcha

B’ha’alotcha: Meltdown in the Wilderness

We’ve all seen the meltdowns. The child in the grocery store, that moment when you realize you’ve gone on  One. Errand. Too. Many.  We know how hard it is for the adult in charge, and we resolve to be empathetic, … Continue reading

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B’ha’alotcha: The heaviness of leadership

We hear a lot about leadership these days – who’s got it, who doesn’t, who’s prepared for it, and who isn’t.  We talk a lot about our country’s leadership – what does it mean to be prepared to lead? It … Continue reading

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B’ha’alotcha: Where’s the beef?

  Was it really all about the food, Moses?   In Chapter 11 of Numbers, this week’s parasha Be’ha’alotecha  (quite possibly the hardest parasha to pronounce), the people start kvetching. Again. About food.   They’ve just gotten on the move, … Continue reading

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B’ha’lotcha: Lift the lamp, now let’s move!

“May the light of love be with you every day”.  That’s a quote from a song by one of my favorite songwriters, David Roth.  We’ve known each other a long time, and even though he may not think so, he … Continue reading

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