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by Dr. David Sanders Are you risk averse or do you welcome risk? Do you weigh your options or just go for it? My daughters and I been playing WORDLE for almost 3 months. We settled on starting to solve the word puzzle with the word ALIEN each time. At

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Saying Yes to Yourself

I was recently speaking with my therapist about how exhausted I am from the busy-ness of life, the running around, trying to get it all done, and finding it hard to find time for self-care, because I am so tired. She asked me bluntly- “Do you like yourself?” And I

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Seder Plate

Passover Prep

by Dr. David Sanders P is for examining the past, for procrastination, for purging possessions, for preparation, purpose, possibility. For Passover. With the passage of time we are enjoined to not be passive. Passover, at its essence, is a time to examine what we have accumulated and become accustomed to.

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Concealing and Revealing, a Purim Reflection

by Melanie Gruenwald Today we mark the Jewish holiday of Purim. Purim is a story of many layers. One of the main characters of the story is Esther, a commoner who enters into a beauty contest to become the next queen of Persia. Esther hides her Jewish identity, puts on

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A Leg Up

by Dr. David Sanders It is not a question you will hear often: “Would you like to have my husband’s leg?” For the widow or widower, clearing out their dead spouse’s closets is part of the grieving process. The memories held in a favorite shirt or blouse, a suit for

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Refugees welcomed at kabbalah experience

We were also strangers.

by Melanie Gruenwald Transformative Kabbalah reminds us to pay attention to seen and unseen reality- to connect the finite to the infinite, and recognize how they are each held in the other. In our Soul class- we explore the Ohr/ infinite-light-energy that is sourced in creation and the Kotnot Or/

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