Monthly Archives: September 2009

Days of Awe

On the first day of Rosh HaShanah, the community known as Beit Midrash Ohr HaChaim in the Bay Area was treated to the following words written by Rabbi Chanan Feld, which his wife, Jody, read to the congregation because her … Continue reading

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Spiritual Tools

Becoming You By David Sacks On Rosh Hashana, we pledge not to remain a cheap imitation of our ‘old self. There is a fascinating dialectic contained within Rosh Hashana. On one hand, it’s the beginning of the new year. And … Continue reading

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Jewish Diversity Rocks

What do a rapper, a dancer, a comedian and a handful of Sefardic, Ashkenazi and Hasidic performers have in common? They’re all sharing the stage this Sunday in a show that celebrates Jewish diversity. After an amazing year of events … Continue reading

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Rebuilding and Being Built

Soul Journey By Neshama Carlebach From the moment I was old enough to know I was alive, I knew I wanted to perform. I trained as a singer and actor from when I was five years old, and began singing … Continue reading

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