Month: September 2018

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  • September 28, 2018
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I Don’t Even Wanna Die Today

Yom Kippur Eve 2019(I am grateful to Melanie Cole Goldberg for suggesting this sermon, Rabbi Howard Goldsmith for some terrific structural guidance, helpful phrases and terminology, * and Ann Luban and Amy Rubin of JCFS for their supporting information.)Shanah Tovah!You know, we say happy New Year but the actual Hebrew is have a good new […]

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  • September 10, 2018
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The Dynamics of Dispute

Like many of you I have read some good books this past year. One was by Ron Chernow, who wrote, a few years ago, a biography of Alexander Hamilton. The new one is about President Ulysses S. Grant. I don’t think it will be turned into a hip-hop musical, but Chernow’s biography of U. S. […]

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  • September 4, 2018
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A New Year’s Message to Temple Sholom of Chicago

The New Year is upon us and I hope that you will enjoy our worshiping together and know a year filled with many meaningful moments, productive accomplishments, good health, and a deep sense of purpose and fulfillment.This year the congregation is invited to consider ways that we as individuals can practice the fine art of […]

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