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Lech L’cha: #MeToo

Lech l’cha. This parasha has so much in it, it’s hard to pick a focus. But, thanks to my sister, Rabbi Jan Salzman, in Burlington VT, she has made it easier. Rabbi Jan leads “Ruach HaMaqom”, a wonderful, warm and … Continue reading

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Lech l’cha- all about the verb

Lech l’cha is all about the verb.  So many of the Torah parshiot (plural of parasha, portion) are verbs:  Lech l’cha, Vayeira, Vayishlach, Va’era, pretty much all the ones that start with V’…  Lech l’cha is the first, when God … Continue reading

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Lech l’cha – famine of the soul

I love to travel.  Plane, train, car, ferry, it doesn’t matter; I just love going places.  But. I like to know where I’m going. I want the destination, even if only in general terms.  Rarely do I just head off … Continue reading

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Lech l’cha: Promises, promises

People show their love in all sorts of ways – some, especially at the beginning of a relationship, will declare their love constantly, at every opportunity, no matter the bed-head hair, the morning bags under the eyes, even the stomach … Continue reading

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