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Weekly Torah Commentary - Ki Tisa March 6, 2015

Exodus 30:11-34:35

This week’s Torah reading gives us a poignant study in contrasts.  As Moses stands before the God of Israel on top of the mountain, about to receive the Torah in the most spiritual, stratospheric experience of his life, at the foot of the same mountain, the children of Israel fall into rank rebellion and deplorable behavior: they erect a golden calf, an idol. 623 more words

Musings From Your Host

How data from fitness trackers, medical devices could affect health insurance.

Below is a link to completely clueless reportage about the use of wearables and fitness trackers by Big Brother, er, I mean, healthcare industry players that have only your interests at heart. 657 more words

Health Policy

Why We Should Act Like Children: Humility


“It is unwise to be too sure of one’s own wisdom. It is healthy to be reminded that the strongest might weaken and the wisest might err.” 613 more words


By Paul M. Lewis

What is the real value of something? How much does it cost? These are the questions Arthur Miller is asking in his play, … 1,378 more words


Clinton's Calculated Chicanery

“What difference, at this point, does it make?”

That was an appallingly disgraceful dodge of a question made by a top American official under congressional testimony. 449 more words

Focusing on what's most important

Several days ago, I wrote that I need to identify and cultivate the skills necessary for my transformation.  My sense is that mindfulness is #1 on that list of skills and I’m thinking the ability to focus on what’s most important is in the top 5.  1,093 more words



You will never

change yourself

by trying to change

everybody else.

You will never

truly find happy

by trying to keep

others happy.

You will never live… 37 more words