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Rabbi Weinreb’s Parsha Column, Shelach
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“Of Grasshoppers and Jewish Pride” Just as there were six million victims, so were there at least six million stories. One of those stories seems to have occurred many times, because I’ve heard it told by quite a few survivors. It is the story of two or more Jews, witnessing the sadistic and murderous scenes […]
Rabbi Weinreb’s Parsha Column, Naso
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“Uniformity and Uniqueness” One of the interesting paradoxes of human life is our tendency to copy one another and to try to “fit in” with friends and acquaintances, while simultaneously trying to be distinct from others, and to be our “own person.” The pressures of conformity are very strong in all human societies. People who […]
Rabbi Weinreb’s Parsha Column, Bamidbar
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I trace back my love of poetry to Mr. Perle. He taught freshman English in the high school I attended. I remember him as diminutive in stature, but not at all diminutive in his ability to inspire reluctant students to read, and to actually enjoy, fine literature.
Rabbi Weinreb’s Parsha Column, Tzav
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“The Practical Mystic” The world did not know that he was a mystic. He was an accomplished diplomat, who knew how to deal with people in positions of great power. Some characterized him as a shrewd, and even manipulative, manager of men. His name was Dag Hammarskjold, and he was the second Secretary-General of the […]