Two pithy lines were repeated by beloved teachers and relived by those who heard them each and every year.
By Mendel Rubin
By Chana Weisberg
I have nothing against religion, but could it be that religious Judaism is a cult? I bumped into an old classmate who has become totally religious. After speaking to her, I felt that she is brainwashed . . .
By Aron Moss
After years of watching these and other animated, enthusiastic rabbis, with their interesting and industrious ways of approaching holidays—and every day, for that matter—I have learned that sometimes it’s me who is missing a tune.
By Chana Gittle Deray
Was I really returning home, or just to the memories of what once was?
By Batya Schochet Lisker