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The timeless, holy Wailing Wall

Dear Friends, After having arrived back in Dallas from Israel, I wanted to share with you a feeling about the Kotel, known as the “Wailing Wall.” We stayed near the

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News

Dorothy Cohen lights up 101

By Deb Silverthorn Saturday, May 21, was a happy birthday for Dorothy Cohen: The sun rose; family honored her; and she spent the day grateful for her life. For Cohen,

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Dallas Doings

Dallas Doings: May 26th, 2022

It’s that time of year again … graduation, and we love to hear from our readers. We get the season rolling with a couple of Top 10 graduates from J.J.

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Practice gratitude

Dear Families, Gratitude has become a buzzword, and that can be a good thing or not. We have studies showing how gratitude leads to healthy living and today we are

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We need to listen to one another

By Rabbi Michael KushnickParashat Behukotai This week we conclude the Book of Leviticus, the third book of the Torah, with parashat Behukotai. The very first verses of this parasha provide

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Columnists

Land of the free, home of the brave

By Rabbi Stefan WeinbergParashat B’har “Proclaim liberty throughout the land to all its inhabitants.” (Leviticus 25:10) This vision has served as a rallying call for this great nation during the

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Recipes

Recipes

More Rosh Hashanah recipes

By Tina Wasserman I created this recipe when I had too much honey cake left over. It’s not too sweet and it is moist and rich. If you choose not

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