Halleluyah, Always

09/19/2017 02:30:23 PM

Sep19

Haverim,

 I have been overwhelmed by the love and care that has poured out to my sister, Alex and me over the loss of our father. I have been rather literally collecting myself as I have felt fragmented by his dying and his death. I appreciate your patience and kindness.

Halleluyah, Anyway! I had been struggling this year to come up with a phrase to frame these High Holy Days. Finally, when nudged enough, I said,...Read more...

Staying Connected - an interfaith panel answers

03/03/2017 06:43:12 PM

Mar3

Rabbi Josh has contributed to an article as part of an Interfaith panel in Conscious Life Journal--Your Conscious Spirit. Read the article below.
You can read more  and subscribe at  www.myconsciouslifejournal.com

Rabbi Josh's excerpt is first, below, then the entire article follows.

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The Heart of the Matter

02/24/2017 03:18:49 PM

Feb24

The Heart of the Matter: My Remarks and Invocation at the DNC Winter Meeting 

Text of his invocation

Welcome to my hometown of Atlanta. When I shared with one of my friends, a devout atheist, that I was given...Read more...

Jan. 20, 2017

01/23/2017 09:36:18 AM

Jan23

Deep in our hearts, is the holiest of places where we can draw upon strengths we are often unaware.

There is a spark in our soul, we are designed with the potential to resist all that is not just, kind and compassionate.

In our minds, is a voice that is waiting to be unleashed...Read more...

an Immeasurable Gift

12/20/2016 10:26:07 AM

Dec20

“Patience... Is the last hope any individual can have during sabbatical. When the expected doesn't happen... Patience, expect the unexpected. When you are...Read more...

7 Steps to Balancing Urgency and Compassion in Times of Moral Courage

11/30/2016 10:17:54 AM

Nov30

When we feel endangered, or an urgency for justice, it is so tempting to vent about what others may not be doing to exemplify moral courage and enact social justice. While urging others can inspire or agitate others towards change, let us remember...Read more...

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