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Scattered

  • Posted by Elaine Zecher
  • On October 23, 2020
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Welcome to Shabbat Awakenings, a weekly reflection as we move toward Shabbat. You can listen to it as a podcast HERE. The story of the Tower of Babel speaks for itself: Everyone on earth had the same language and the same words. And as they migrated from the east, they came upon a valley in the […]
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Follow Up Questions

  • Posted by Elaine Zecher
  • On October 16, 2020
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Welcome to Shabbat Awakenings, a weekly reflection as we move toward Shabbat. The story goes something like this:   A child approaches her parent and asks, “Where do I come from?” “Oh my gosh!” The parent thinks.  “This is the moment when my child wants to know about the ‘birds and the bees’!”  And so the […]
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The Most Important Idea in the Torah

  • Posted by Elaine Zecher
  • On October 9, 2020
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Welcome to Shabbat Awakenings, a weekly reflection as we make our toward Shabbat and this week, Simchat Torah. It is said that the middle verse in the entire Torah is Leviticus 19:18. Love your neighbor as you love yourself.  The great rabbi of the Talmud (Shabbat 31a), Hillel, when asked to summarize the Torah, responded: […]
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Exposed and Protected

  • Posted by Elaine Zecher
  • On October 2, 2020
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Welcome to Shabbat Awakenings, our weekly reflection as we make our way towards Shabbat and this week, the festival of Sukkot. You can listen to it as a podcast HERE. It is one of the most beautiful prayers with its soothing images and appears in the Sh’ma and Its Blessing section at the end in every […]
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When We Can’t See the Future, Creating Light in the Darkness

  • Posted by Jen Gubitz
  • On September 30, 2020
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  • High Holy Days, Rabbi Gubitz, Sermon
When our children recall this difficult time, may they forget the fear, and remember the zoom calls where we yearned for connection and stayed true to our deepest values. May they remember how we loved one another.
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All in the Same Boat

  • Posted by Dan Slipakoff
  • On September 30, 2020
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  • High Holy Days, Rabbi Slipakoff, Sermon
When our children recall this difficult time, may they forget the fear, and remember the zoom calls where we yearned for connection and stayed true to our deepest values. May they remember how we loved one another.
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Unfolding Our Theology in a Force Majeure World

  • Posted by Jen Gubitz
  • On September 29, 2020
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  • High Holy Days, Rabbi Gubitz, Sermon
When our children recall this difficult time, may they forget the fear, and remember the zoom calls where we yearned for connection and stayed true to our deepest values. May they remember how we loved one another.
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Dreaming at the Gates

  • Posted by Dan Slipakoff
  • On September 29, 2020
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  • High Holy Days, Rabbi Slipakoff, Sermon
When our children recall this difficult time, may they forget the fear, and remember the zoom calls where we yearned for connection and stayed true to our deepest values. May they remember how we loved one another.
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The Roots of Humanity

  • Posted by Elaine Zecher
  • On September 29, 2020
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  • High Holy Days, Rabbi Zecher, Sermon
When our children recall this difficult time, may they forget the fear, and remember the zoom calls where we yearned for connection and stayed true to our deepest values. May they remember how we loved one another.
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A Giant Future

  • Posted by Elaine Zecher
  • On September 29, 2020
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  • High Holy Days, Rabbi Zecher, Sermon
When our children recall this difficult time, may they forget the fear, and remember the zoom calls where we yearned for connection and stayed true to our deepest values. May they remember how we loved one another.
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