Standing Shoulder to Shoulder

Arliene Botnick

by Arliene Botnick, October 31, 2018

Baseless hatred – No other words, for me, capture the horrific murders of 11 Jews and the wounding of 6 others on Shabbat, October 27th. Every headline, newscast, twitter feed…

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Focusing on the Good While Remaining Safe

Robbin Botnick

by Robbin Botnick, October 31, 2018

I would like to live in an idealistic world where I can believe that the atrocity of what happened in Pittsburgh could not happen in Mississauga. I want to believe…

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Rooted in Relationships

Rabbi Audrey Pollack

by Rabbi Audrey Pollack, September 29, 2018

Excerpted from Rabbi Pollack’s 5779/2018 Kol Nidre sermon: How often in your day or week do you really feel heard or seen? We may have many interactions every day –…

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The Holiness of Time and Living a Jewish Life

Arliene Botnick

by Arliene Botnick, September 29, 2018

Abraham Joshua Heschel wrote in his treatise on the Sabbath, “Holiness in space, in nature, was known to other religions. New in the teaching of Judaism, was that the idea…

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