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Ki Tetzei: Moses and Gene Kelly

Remember at the beginning of Singin in the Rain, when Gene Kelly is recalling how he got started in show business? With Donald O’Conner by his side, he says, with a straight face, that the bywords of his life were, “Dignity.  … 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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Ki Tetzei: Wrapped in the fringe

This post is also appearing on the Women of the Wall website. Check it out! “You shall make tassels on the four corners of the garment with which you cover yourself.”  (Deut. 22:12) My husband threw me a surprise birthday … Continue reading

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Ki Tetzei

I started doing some research about this week’s parasha, Ki Tetzei, and my eyes just glazed over.  Not that I find the text boring, quite the opposite.  It’s so jam-packed with laws and instructions that I struggle to find order … Continue reading

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