Tag Archives: Torah

Do You Hear Me?

It makes sense to live life cautiously.  Rational thought precludes taking risks.  Reason suggests that we carefully weigh all options and avoid stepping onto any path whose outcome cannot be clearly seen.  This safe approach reduces the likelihood of wasting … Continue reading

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No, You Can’t Borrow My Book

Like many guys, I derive deep enjoyment from owning and using high quality tools.  I’m not saying women don’t own or use tools.  Many do.  I know because I once saw pink toolboxes at a large retail chain.  (Though women … Continue reading

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River Revival

Hannah is a full-time mom working strenuously, with her husband’s partnership, to raise five rambunctious (but delightful) children.  Sometimes, the daily pressures threaten to overwhelm her, and she finds herself snapping shrewishly at her family. Jake recently launched his own … Continue reading

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One and Only

It is no fun to be roped into a game whose rules are a bewildering mystery.  It’s positively painful to start a new job and discover that nobody’s in charge and lines of communication and authority are as temporary as … Continue reading

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Defeating Despair

I want to express my heartfelt appreciation to all of you who so promptly and so generously responded to my appeal on Monday for help in sustaining the American Alliance of Jews and Christians.  (If you missed my letter, see … Continue reading

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