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D’var Torah by Rabbi Harold J. Kravitz Rosh Hashanah, Day 1—September 10, 2018The last year and a half has been an emotional roller coaster for our family. I lost my […]

I Remember Where I Was When…

D’var Torah by Rabbi Aaron Weininger Rosh Hashanah Day 2—September 11, 2018 I remember where I was when… For many here it may be, “I remember where I was when […]

A Shameless Plug for Selichot

Given the wacky scheduling of the High Holy Days this year, Selichot falls on the Saturday of Labor Day weekend. That probably means attendance will be even lower than usual, […]

What I Can't Seem to Forgive

How do I stand before God on the High Holy Days and proclaim that I forgive all those who have trespassed against me when something has been taken from me that can never be replaced?

What I Can’t Seem to Forgive

How do I stand before God on the High Holy Days and proclaim that I forgive all those who have trespassed against me when something has been taken from me that can never be replaced?

In Joshua's Shoes: High Holy Days In Jerusalem

Israel and HUC is a very difficult place sometimes. I was expecting the High Holy Days to be extra meaningful just being in Jerusalem. Some of the days were powerful and other parts were tough. Some experiences are only possible in Israel.

How to Make Amends to Another Person

One of the skills of a well-lived life is to be able to recognize and right the wrongs we have created through our actions. The Days of Awe present us an opportunity.