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Problem and answerUniversity and college classes have resumed.  On campuses across North America our children will make new friends, explore new pathways and...read more...
Final reflections on the London OlympicsThe Games of the 30th Olympiad are now written into the history books, a testament to the prowess, spirit and endurance of the athletes who...read more...
The call of the shofarWe are 10 days away from Rosh Hashanah, the Day of Judgment, when we all pass before the Almighty, who will decide our fate for the year. The machzor...read more...
You’re forgiven, maybeLast week we looked at the importance of asking forgiveness on the eve of the High Holy Days. Today: must we forgive? British Chief Rabbi Jonathan...read more...
Palliative and end-of-life careMost health-care professionals who are involved in palliative and end-of-life care have chosen that aspect of health care because of a belief in or a...read more...
An Olympic afterthought from IsraelI love the Olympics and always have, and this summer was no exception. Everyone I know knew not to bother me from July 27 to Aug. 12, and during...read more...
Another birthday - ugh!Dear Ella, Yesterday I celebrated my 65th birthday. Normally birthdays don’t bother me, but for some reason, turning 65 did. I woke up in the...read more...
The United Church, Israel-bashing and token JewsThe political war against Israel has intensified recently, led by activists in the United Church of Canada, the Presbyterian Church USA and the...read more...
War clouds gather in the Middle EastDark clouds are gathering ominously in the Middle East as two bitter enemies, Israel and Iran, escalate their war of words and sabre-rattling over...read more...
So that our people thrivesThe Jewish People Policy Institute (JPPI) is an independent professional policy-planning think-tank based in Jerusalem. It was created eight years...read more...

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