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A story of embarrassment

By Laura Seymour Dear Friends, Yes, another book but this time a children’s book from PJ Library that retells a Talmudic story in a unique way. This story is often

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Think!

By Alan Koenigsberg, M.D. Sometimes, our most difficult challenges take place when we are conflicted between what we feel and what we think. Feelings can be extremely intense, and lead

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Obituaries

Obituaries: January 19th, 2023

Corrine Rosenthal Bond Jacobson Corrine Rosenthal Bond Jacobson, 95, passed away peacefully Sunday morning, Jan. 15, 2023, in Fort Worth. Born in Scottsbluff, Nebraska, on Oct. 24, 1927, Corrine was

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Think!

By Alan Koenigsberg, M.D. Sometimes, our most difficult challenges take place when we are conflicted between what we feel and what we think. Feelings can be extremely intense, and lead

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What do we stand for?

By Cantor Sheri AllenParashat Shemot This week we begin a whole new chapter in our family saga. To be more accurate, we begin Book Two in our five-book series, and

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Recipes

Recipes

Spice up your Labor Day!

By Tina Wasserman Labor Day is the unofficial end to summer. Children are back in school, the Halloween candy is already on the supermarket shelves and a bathing suit is

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