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Jews Can Learn A Lot From Rwandans

I am no Shmuley Boteach, God knows. But I have recently learned from the Forward that Boteach and I have one thing in common – we are both rabbis who have visited Rwanda.


Baruch Ata Adonai

A service and a party

The month after July

So exciting for me

Baruch Ata Adonai

I’ll get to read the torah

I’m sure I wont be shy… 52 more words

First Working meeting with the University

There was a meeting with the University guys last week on April 16th. I could not come there in flesh and asked to postpone it, but TheAnimal was very anxious to have it (read on to understand the entire irony) this week, so I have called-in. 792 more words

Female Rabbi, chaplain with 82nd Airborne in Afghanistan

BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan — Army Capt. Heather Borshof expects the questions.

“What’s that on your uniform?” passers-by ask the chaplain for the Fort Bragg-based 330th Movement Control Battalion. 440 more words






“Have Sermon-Will Travel,” is a personal, non-profit initiative aimed at providing any small Jewish communities in need, but without resources to hire, a visiting, knowledgeable experienced Jewish leader/Rabbi, for any Jewish Community services. 182 more words

What a mix up over Easter!

There has been some terrible mix ups over Easter i.e. I thought my wife was getting the chocolate eggs and she thought I was, Aunty Betty not getting picked up on time for Easter dinner, sending a boy’s Easter card to my friend that just had a girl, but none as big as this one mix-up! 104 more words

Lenten Journey/Journey of the Cross #31

Rabbe Yeshua Barabbas began the last leg of His journey tonight. Betrayed by on friend. Denied by another. Hobbled by His own priests. Beaten by those sworn to His Father’s service.  131 more words