Archive for January, 2010

Jimmy Carter’s Al Het

January 26, 2010 Leave a comment

SHABBAT SERMON – January 23, 2010

A lot of things took place while I was away that are worthy of discussion; important things like the two earthquakes: last week’s in Haiti, and this week’s in Massachusetts. But that will wait until next week. Today I want to discuss an issue that came up when going through my mail and I am going to let you help me decide. We all have choices to make every day of our lives. One of those choices is: who should we give money to … what organizations are worthy of our support? Read more…
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Lessons for the New Year from the Old Year

January 5, 2010 Leave a comment
Lessons for the New Year from the Old Year …

This is the first Shabbos in the New Year 2010 but I am still not finished with last year. I know that with the ball lowering at Times Square on New Years Eve we are supposed to “ring out the old and ring in the new.” But I still have some unfinished business from last year which I want to take care of this morning. There are three stories – three Jewish stories – I came across last year that I wanted to comment on, but somehow they didn’t fit in to any of my sermons. But the three are noteworthy because one was the most emailed story of the year, one the most exciting story of the year, and one the strangest story of the year.  READ MORE
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