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A Carousel of Time

“And the seasons they go round and round.”  Cantor Marty Goldstein created the mood for our Tu B’Shevat Seder last week by starting us off (warming us up) with this Joni Mitchell classic. So, are we captured “on a carousel of time?” Brian Greene , the physicist from Columbia University

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Innovation Is Our Necessity

In the lower worlds, “necessity is the mother of invention”.  In the higher worlds, “innovation is the mother of invention.”  There was no necessity that inspired the kabbalists of Tzfat to invent the Tu B’Shvat seder.  It is cold in Tzfat in the winter.  A good time to stay home,

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Smorgasbord of Metaphors

“I love the morning after, the leftovers, just you and the leftovers.”  In describing the metaphors of his life –‘my relationship with food’-Denver Post food critic Tucker Shaw kept returning to the theme of leftovers.  At his Kabbalah Live talk last week, he revealed that leftovers were the bond between

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Food for Thought

January is often a time we reflect on what and how much we eat (following the holidays, time off) and our ‘New Year’ resolutions( that heath clubs thrive on) to workout. We have two events coming up about our relationship with food: Tomorrow, January 6th as part of our Kabbalah

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