Revolutionary Parenting Advice

Great books for parents have only changed a little since 1945.

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A Mitzvah in Honor of Dr. King

This month, we remember Dr. Martin Luther King. Let’s use the opportunity to help fulfill his dream.

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Receiving and Giving Chessed

It’s a love that accepts and treasures life as it is, even as it sees and embraces its potential for perfection.

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An Hour of Power to Recapture That Camp Feeling

Why can’t Shabbat services be more like the experience I remember from camp? They can, at least for one special hour.

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We’re Buzzing On Shabbat

I can’t help but marvel at how full of life our synagogue is on Shabbat mornings.

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Rosh Pina – A Certification That Makes Us Proud

In our work with individuals and families of all abilities, “the stone that the builders refused, has become the cornerstone.”

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Gemillut Chasadim – Heroes Who Help

We need to always ask ourselves how we can foster social action in our homes and with our children. Do we model what it means to give back and to help those who are less fortunate than we are? Do we show the same respect, empathy, and giving that we expect our own children to display?

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