Apr 28, 2021
Death is a part of life, and tending to our loved ones when they die is an act of true love, what Jewish tradition calls #ChesedShelEmet. Let us reach out to those who tend to us when we die - funeral directors, rabbis, cantors, cemetery crews, with real and abiding gratitude for the holy work they do. (Special shout out to my beloved friend Stephanie Garry for being one of those angels.) #MorningTorah
A new Bigger on the Inside post: #Hook - "There You Are" "There you are, Peter!" Over time, our eyes can become dim. ...
Rabbi David Wolpe in WashingtonPost.com: "Divorce is a death" Rabbi David Wolpe http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/on-faith/...
You must hear this. It's horrifying. We must hear it. “The other option was to try to appeal to their humanity . I remember yelling out that I have kids...” -DC officer nearly killed at CapitolTake the time and listen to this. Now. https://t.co/tBOaqZ2snr — Sherrilyn Ifill (@Sifill_LDF) January 15, 2021