Monthly Archives: September 2015

Politics, economics and a brief pause

Recently, the stock exchanges and the published averages such a the Dow Jones, the NASDAQ and the Standard and Poors have all taken hits. Although as compared t the averages just two years ago, they are still higher than that. … Continue reading

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The Tunnel

Today is the eleventh day of September. In the US, it is the anniversary of the attack by terrorists on New York, Washington DC and an aborted attack that ended in Pennsylvania. It was a time when faith intersected the … Continue reading

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Weddings? What about them?

In the United States recently, we have been hearing quite a bit about marriage and who can or cannot get married. The marriage equality decision by the supreme court has been the catalyst for actions as well as discussions. There … Continue reading

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The Lonliness of People of Faith in Contemporary Society

Because most faith groups have places where their adherents gather such as Synagogues, Churches, Mosques or Temples, we do not tend to think of people of faith as lonely. But, that is what Rabbi Joseph B. Solovetchic has said in … Continue reading

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