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Friday, November 11, 2016 / Views

Post-Election Acknowledgements and Blessings

Americans are fortunate to live in the U.S.A. where we determine who our leaders are and who represent us. As with every election, there are those who are cheering and those who are mourning. We need to give each other time for celebration, mourning, and reconciliation. That said, the peaceful and respectful transfer of presidential power, divisions of governmental authority, …Read more >

Monday, October 10, 2016 / Views


(Written for The Jewish Press‘ Building Blocks Magazine, September 2016) “Special needs” terminology is insidiously poisonous.  This euphemism seems innocuous, but, in actuality, it corrodes and undermines the very strides for dignity, respect, and equality for which disability activists have crawled up the U.S. Capitol steps, effected the longest Federal agency sit-in in American history, and undergone arrests for civil …Read more >

Thursday, October 6, 2016 / Views

Sailing Up The River Of Time: Transitioning To The New Year

Sailing Up The River Of Time: Transitioning To The New Year,  Jewish Week’s New Normal Blog, September 30, 2016 Rabbi Michael Levy During the High Holiday Season (October 2-12,) we picture God as weighing the merits and misdeeds of individuals and nations on a Celestial Scale. For more than two thousand years, we have implored our Creator for mercy, even …Read more >

Sunday, August 14, 2016 / Views


I am fortunate to have a computer and to go to various websites, such as Torah Anytime and Orthodox Union and to listen to great Rabbanim grieve the destruction of our Beis HaMikdash and the ramifications. AT THE SAME TIME I GRIEVE that there is no consciousness that thousands of people with HEARING OR OTHER AUDIO-PROCESSING DISABILITIES CANNOT ACCESS THE …Read more >

Wednesday, March 23, 2016 / Events

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