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A Distillation of Life

Published on January 28th, 2016 | by Natan Margalit

The snow is on the ground and winter has finally arrived here in New England. The roads are beginning to narrow with the snowplow’s sloppy drifts piling up around the curbs and our mud room is... Read More

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Everyone Counts. Every Action Makes a Difference.

Published on December 18th, 2015 | by Natan Margalit

What can we learn from ancient Jewish texts about the current distressing and frightful geopolitical situation so filled with war, refugees, mass shootings and terrorist attacks? I think a lot, and it is often surprising where... Read More

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Ki Li Kol Ha’aretz: The Whole Earth Is Mine

Published on March 18th, 2015 | by Natan Margalit

Note: This article appeared as today’s Purim=>Pesach article from The Shalom Center, curated by David Eber and Arthur Waskow.  Click here to read the article in full on The Shalom Center’s website.   On Pesach we ask... Read More

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Hanukkah, the “Other” and Organic Torah

Published on December 18th, 2014 | by Natan Margalit

We are witnessing a dawning of awareness in this country: many had thought that racism was behind us. Many considered themselves to be no longer racist because they and their friends didn’t explicitly use racist language... Read More

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Trees, Chanukkah Light and Torah

Published on December 4th, 2014 | by Natan Margalit

We are getting close to Chanukah, and I’m looking forward to seeing the Chanukah candles flickering and glowing. Every year I appreciate their beauty. Everyone has a Winter Solstice festival. Christianity got the idea for the... Read More

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The Heart of the Torah

Published on November 14th, 2014 | by Natan Margalit

Just a few weeks ago we finished the High Holiday season with Simchat Torah and that wonderful moment when we finish reading the Torah with the last words of Deuteronomy “l’eynei kol Israel” “in the eyes... Read More

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