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Family and Work or Work and Family?

As so often happens in life, I had two starkly different experiences within close proximity of each other. Yesterday, I attended the funeral of a wonderful woman who passed away at 93 years young. I was fortunate to sit near her in synagogue and at a weekly Torah class for the past few years and...

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The Bigger and Not Always Better Picture

For the past few months I’ve been driving to a class a few times a week. Rather than listening to the radio, I’ve immersed myself in a podcast, Presidential. Lillian Cunningham of the Washington Post began hosting this weekly broadcast 44 weeks before the recent election.  She intended November’s historical event to coincide with her...

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Too much subtlety

Thanks to those of you who pay close attention to our podcast announcements. Yes, the year on the graphic is 2015. This was a subtle play on the theme of not repeating the mistakes of past years. Probably way too subtle!...

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Understanding Moral Hierarchy

Question: “I’m listening to your radio podcast from the Blaze Radio and find such clarity in your positions. You were discussing moral hierarchy and giving examples in relationship to immigrants and I had come to the same conclusion but had no idea of the rationale to back up what I thought. Can you share some...

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