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LGBTQ+ Safe Zone

by Melanie Gruenwald Kabbalah Experience is proud to be participating in the Denver-Keshet Leadership Project. Keshet is a national organization which works for the full equality of all LGBTQ+ Jews and families in Jewish life. (Keshet means rainbow, in Hebrew.) KE chose to make this year-long leadership initiative a priority, as

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Phone it Forward

by Dr. David Sanders To me, Clark Kent in a phone booth and Houdini in a packing crate, they were one and the same thing, You weren’t the same person when you came out as when you went in. — Michael Chabon When was the last time you used a pay

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Impermanence

This past Shabbat, Rabbi Sarah Shulman, at Congregation Hebrew Educational Alliance in Denver, shared a teaching about Ecclesiastes (Kohelet). The Jewish community traditionally reads Ecclesiastes during Sukkot. Rabbi Shulman addressed the concept of dynamic obsolescence of the objects we acquire in our lives (like cell phones, refrigerators and computers) and

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Spooky Synchronicity

by Dr. David Sanders How is it that three scientists, one from Walnut Creek (California), one from Paris and one from Vienna are sharing the Nobel prize for physics this year? They have all been pioneers in the field of quantum mechanics and have all disproven an assertion by Albert

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Being Spiritual Being

by Melanie Gruenwald I was in the car with my friend the other day, and she reflected to me, “I just wish I were spiritual. You’re spiritual!” I kind of chuckled. I don’t feel so spiritual lately. I feel like I have my head down– focused on getting through each

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Naming Rights

by David Sanders Look, it doesn’t always work out this way. If it does, it is interesting, dare I say provocative, when people’s last names are an uncanny reveal of a characteristic uniquely associated with them. It did not go unnoticed that the surname of the police officer who murdered

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