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  • By Rabbi Rachel Barenblat
    Breakfast on kosher macaroons and Diet Pepsi in the car on the way to Price Chopper for lamb. Peel five pounds of onions and let the...
  • By John Nichols
    Then the Lord said, “I have observed the misery of my people who are in Egypt; I have heard their cry on account of their taskmasters...
  • By Kathleen McTigue
    When the escape from Egypt was certain, when the last furious wave had closed over their enemies' heads and the dangerous waters lay smooth...
  • By Victoria E Safford
    They had no idea where they were going, when they left that night, in the dark, without lights, without shoes, without bread, their...
  • By Sharon Wylie
    For millennia People have gathered together to hear stories, To root for the underdog, To jeer the evil and the unkind. We see in our...
  • Purim 2019 begins in the evening of Wednesday, March 20 and ends in the evening of Thursday, March 21. ...
  • By Kate Lore
    Great Spirit of Life, as a new year begins, we turn inward to reflect about the state of our lives: What lessons have we learned in the...
  • By Christine C. Robinson
    Introduction: In our time of meditation this morning, we are going to continue to work on the issue of forgiveness. I invite you to...
  • By Anne E Treadwell
    Now, in shared quietness, we shall listen to the wisdom of our inner hearts and minds as we join in meditation. Let us be mindful of this...
  • By Elizabeth M Strong
    Please join with me in the spirit of meditation and prayer. We have returned again to the time of Atonement, the time to look back over our...
  • By W. Frederick Wooden
    "Heart's delight, Source of mercy," beyond my sight yet beside my soul, holy is the very thought of thee. Justice is your call and love...
  • By Amy Zucker Morgenstern
    The Book of Life is open before us. It tells stories of sadness and happiness, despair and hope, stagnation and change, and a peaceful...
  • By Dillman Baker Sorrells
    For holy days on which we recall the old stories, we light the flame. ...
  • By Robin L Zucker
    Chaplain (C): The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want. Patient (P): There is so much that I want. I want to be well. C: He makes me lie...
  • By Mary Wellemeyer
    A candle ritual with prayers in remembrance of Yom Ha'Shoah, the Day or Time of Catastrophe in remembrance of the Nazi regime's mass killings of Jews and others in Europe in the 1930s and 1940s.
  • By Fred Small
    Where is our holy church? We're on the side of love. ...
  • By Lois Van Leer
    George: This is Angel Gabriel of KGOD airwaves, coming to you live from the downtown mall in Bethlehem. The air is positively solar as...
  • By Scott Alexander
    Elie Wiesel was just a wide-eyed and innocent adolescent when he and all the other Jews of the Transylvanian village of Sighet were jammed...
  • By Scott Alexander
    "It was still dark that morning in 1942 when the Gestapo rousted from bed the Jews of Bobawa, a Polish village. In the confusion, twelve-...
  • By Joanna Fontaine Crawford
    Every third Tuesday, I am a Buddhist I empty my mind and lighten my heart And try to let go of attachments Every other Friday, I am a...
  • By Vanessa Southern
    We light our chalice, symbol of our faith, ...
  • By John Marsh
    The human breath rushed through an animal’s horn Once it was common Regularly echoing off sheep strewn hillsides, Ordinary as a bit of...
  • "When strangers sojourn with you in your land, you shall do them no wrong, the strangers who sojourn with you shall be to you as natives...
  • "If your brother becomes impoverished and his means falter in your proximity, you shall strengthen him—stranger or resident—so that he can...
  • By Hilary Landau Krivchenia
    Wealth, bounty, scarcity, money, are complex—layered with meaning. We use money all the time, frequently worry over it, try to manage it—but to really think about it is pretty daunting. Money is a tool in a world based upon exchange; it can’t be avoided. At one time people exchanged goods,...
  • Even when the gates of heaven are shut to prayer, they are open to tears.
  • My soul is deprived of peace; I have forgotten what happiness is. Lamentations is a book in the Hebrew (Old) Testaament, written around or...
  • The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures; he leadeth me beside the still waters. He restoreth...
  • By Kathleen Hepler
    Poem ...
  • By Tamara Lebak
    A prayer invoking God's intimacy with us; inspired by Psalm 139 (see also Jeremiah 1:5)
  • By Eric Williams
    Call to sing joyfully to fulfill our role as part of creation Let us sing a song to the Eternal. Let the earth and her children break forth...

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