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Rabbi at Congregation Beth Shalom - Atlanta, GA, Owner at SiddurAudio.com, "Techno-rav"
Rabbi at Congregation Beth Shalom - Atlanta, GA, Owner at SiddurAudio.com, "Techno-rav"

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What Does it Mean to be a Congregation?
Once the fall holidays come to a close, I find myself pondering:
What is it that makes Beth Shalom a congregation?  Sure, we all came out to observe the High Holy
Days together. Many of us remained beyond Yom Kippur to celebrate in the Sukkah
(on our beauti...
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What Do We Have to Kvetch About?
In our cycle of Torah readings this time of year, we read how for forty years our ancestors trekked through the wilderness, far from cities and civilization.  They trudged along without the luxury of interstates, service plazas, or travel agents. So it shou...
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What Do We Have to Kvetch About?
In our cycle of Torah readings this time of year, we read how for forty years our ancestors trekked through the wilderness, far from cities and civilization.  They trudged along without the luxury of interstates, service plazas, or travel agents. So it shou...
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What Do We Have to Kvetch About?
In our cycle of Torah readings this time of year, we read how for forty years our ancestors trekked through the wilderness, far from cities and civilization. They trudged along without the luxury of interstates, service plazas, or travel agents. So it shoul...
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Embracing the Stranger and One Another
You shall love the stranger, for you were strangers in the land of Egypt... In synagogues around the world we are now reading from the section of the Torah which tells of our people's exodus from Egypt - perhaps the most defining moment in Jewish history. I...
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When Prayers Go Unanswered
I had an
interesting encounter at the barber shop last week. Just as I walked in, I was
greeted with a “hi rabbi” by one of the stylists who knows me, and then
proceeded to get my regular haircut. A gentleman with a pronounced southern
accent was getting hi...
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