The Garden

By Cantor Jessica Epstein, 12/1/2014

The Garden

Gardening is about moments.

The holy moment when seed sprouts leaves and begins to feel its way to sun.

When red dagger peony stems break frozen free and arc toward future fragrance.

Fading always, something alive

And living always, something fading.

And these come to tell us who we are.

 

Blowing leaves and trimming grass are weekly heard, rarely observed.

But buds bursting,

fungus creeping

blight stalking,

bugs chewing,

Jews and Justice

By Rabbi Faith Joy Dantowitz, 11/21/2014

On the Road Again...Visiting Our Kids @ College

By Rabbi Kulwin, 11/4/2014

Do Not Stand Idly By (Leviticus 19)

By Rabbi Faith Joy Dantowitz, 10/21/2014

An epidemic. 30,000 deaths. And I’m not even talking about ebola. This is the number of Americans that die each year due to gun violence.

We are always here to help!

By Rabbi Kulwin, 8/13/2014

Dear Friends:

I was so touched by the email below, I wanted to share it.  And recall that Rabbi Dantowitz, Cantor Epstein and I are always here to help as well.

B'shalom,

Rabbi Kulwin



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