Tag Archives: Judaism

Make Shabbos Personal

Shabbos is the Ashkenazi word for Sabbath or Shabbat in Hebrew. This day is a day of rest; it is a time for reflection. As our world becomes “always connected”, time for rest and reflection is very important. People are addicted to … Continue reading

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Mitzvahs – God depends on you to be an angel

I got this crazy idea this past week about creating a business called Mitzvahs, that encourages people to do good things to help each other. The idea behind this company, non-profit, or blog is simply to encourage people to help others. … Continue reading

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Random Thoughts

Do we judge people as they are or how media and other sources influence our perceptions? Continue reading

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The God Upgrade

A few months ago I read and reviewed the book, God in the Wilderness, by Rabbi Jamie Korngold. I enjoyed this interesting book which related nature to Judaism. Rabbi Korngold has just written a new book, The God Upgrade. I … Continue reading

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I Made a Lady Smile Today

In today’s dog-eat-dog, over-competitive world, it’s nice to know that helping someone still feels nice. Continue reading

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