Do Not Remain Indifferent

This week’s Torah portion, Ki Teitzei, contains quite a few seemingly random, disconnected commandments. One especially striking commandment found in this week’s portion is: If you happen to come upon […]

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Tochecha: How We Rebuke

Picture the scene: The Israelites have been wandering for 40 years in the desert and are finally on the banks of the Jordan river just mere miles from the Holy […]

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Breaking Bread on Broad

Have you ever seen the hashtag #firstworldproblems? A simple google search brings up some great ones like: The struggle of finding storage for 20 bottles of champagne #firstworldproblems I got […]

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This Is Hunger

More than 1 in 8 Americans struggles with hunger; and many in our own neighborhood. I recently heard a story from Principal Laureal Robinson at Spring Garden Elementary about a […]

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