Monthly Archives: March 2017

At What Age?

In My Grandfather’s Blessings, Rachel Remen tells a story about a well-known rabbi preaching a Yom Kippur service.  Instead of giving a traditional message, this rabbi held his 1-year old daughter in his arms and carried her to the podium. … Continue reading

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Your Birth Affirms Your Worth

One of my favorite television shows is Call the Midwife on PBS.   It takes place in post-war London.  Heroic nuns and Nurse Midwives minister to the equally heroic people in a working class community.  They cope with poverty, injustice, unsafe … Continue reading

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More Love, Not Less

In Whatever Arises, Love That, by Matt Kahn, the author challenges us to accept more love. He writes:  “When I’m sad, I deserve more love, not less.  When I’m angry, I deserve more love, not less.  When I’m frustrated, I … Continue reading

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