Cathedral of Time

Posted by RabbiCohen on Jul. 17, 2020  /   0

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Let's Be Frank! (copy)

Posted by RabbiCohen on Jul. 3, 2020  /   0

As long as there were Jews in the continental United States (probably 1584 but possibly earlier), our community was active in political affairs. And while the Jewish community has been known to be prominent in progressive causes, in reality, we have posi

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Shabbat Shalom from Rabbi Cohen - Pinky Promise

Posted by RabbiCohen on Jun. 26, 2020  /   0

Our world can seem smaller, sometimes suffocatingly so. While it might feel like the universe ends with your living room walls, it isn’t so.

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Grasshoppers

Posted by RabbiCohen on Jun. 19, 2020  /   0

Feeling small in the world has very little to do with size, and much more to do with self-perception. Yet, especially these days, it is easy to feel small.

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Shabbat Shalom from Rabbi Cohen - Loving Day

Posted by RabbiCohen on Jun. 12, 2020  /   0

The love that sustained us has not been made of chocolate, roses and certainly not dinners out. The love that sustained was the type of Mildred and Richard Loving.

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Making our Days Count

Posted by RabbiCohen on Jun. 2, 2020  /   0

I am finding that my lockdown days meld into one another. Counting gives structure. More importantly, though, than counting the days is making each day count.

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Today is a Holiday. . . Time to Celebrate?

Posted by RabbiCohen on Jun. 2, 2020  /   0

For many, Jerusalem Day is a time for unbridled celebration. For others, though, it is a day of mourning. For me, it is a day of conflict - much like Jerusalem itself.

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The Festival of Shavuot

Posted by [email protected] on Jun. 2, 2020  /   0

As Humanist Jews, it is not difficult to find modern, relevant meaning in Passover and Sukkot.... but, what about Shavuot?  How can the message of revelation resonate with us?

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