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Jan. 8, 2021  - After the Assault on the Capitol

Reb Nachman taught,

The whole world is a very narrow bridge….

The point, of our crossing, he teaches, is NOT to be afraid.

So, what does it mean to be crossing a dangerous, narrow bridge?

Do you believe in something else? Do you believe that life is just a mass of circumstance, atoms and cells clashing, evolutions roll of the meaningless dice? Luck and privilege, power and status? Winner takes all?

The bridge is an alternate view to this. The bridge is the spiritual path that we are all on, whether we know it or not. READ MORE  

Shabbat Jan. 1, 2021 - Looking Back on the Year of Covid 

Everywhere I look I see people setting the year 2020 up as the year from the twilight zone and everyone’s goal is to be able to move beyond it and never look back, yet your Rabbi has a different perspective and I want to share that with you.

What I have found this last year is that my sermonizing, my teachings, my heartfelt and hard-fought acquired wisdom that I so passionately want to share with my congregation has changed little in the face of Covid, perhaps the only difference is that I can speak it a little louder without having to endure whispers of idealism heard from the sidelines. READ MORE 

Shabbat Sukkot October 9, 2020/5751

How To Celebrate Sukkot - Sukkot & Simchat TorahLook up!

So there we were, wandering in the desert, heading towards a new place, we assumed it was geographical, and indeed it was but God was ordering for us a more expansive destination, one that had both elements of life entwined, the physical with the spiritual. Yes, we were heading for the Land of Israel, the land of milk and honey, but more, we were heading for a new way to understand how to live our lives in a deeper and more expanded world sense.

And so you see this Sukkah, it is calling to you to do the same. READ MORE 

Mon, August 2 2021 24 Av 5781