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Kabbalah and Coffee

With the start of the new semester we are offering coffee, tea and water for your convenience and enjoyment.  We discussed how we could do this in an environmentally friendly way, so know that thought is going into this.  The cups are Venti size—we call them Da’at size. You are

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Getting Personal

Why do we name hurricanes?  Does it make it more personal? I am not aware that we name tornadoes or earthquakes or tsunamis.  Would giving them a name make it more personal?  The devastation in Japan and for the Japanese people is still being uncovered in the wake of the

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It’s Time to Change

It’s time to change. So move your clocks forward one hour this coming Saturday night. As you move the clock forward, your fire department encourages you to change batteries on your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.  Your Kabbalah department encourages you to examine your relationship with time. Is it possible

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Hearing Voices

Let our voices be heard.  Maybe a new phrase we can adopt is Think Global. Be Vocal.  How appropriate then that the winner of Best Film of 2011 is The King’s Speech. As the King states in utter frustration: “I have a right to be heard. I have a voice!”

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Warriors Against Ignorance

Carlotta LaNier will place her imprint as the final speaker of Kabbalah Live! Thursday, March 3. Carlotta, as you can read about her, was the youngest of the Little Rock Nine and the first African American to graduate from Little Rock Central High School.   She was awarded the Congressional Gold

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Kabbalah & Coffee

I attended a talk by Dr. Ron Wolfson about creating an ambiance of welcome in your organization. The talk was sponsored by Rose Community Foundation.   Dr. Wolfson is the Fingerhut Professor of Education at the University of Judaism—he is also a graduate of Disney’s Quality Service Program. Wolfson’s book, which

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