Cultivating Patience, Rest, and Renewal

by Rabbi Audrey Pollack, April 27, 2022

Poet Mark Nepo writes: When things fall apart, they make a lot of noise. When things come together, they do so quietly and slowly. And so, we often miss them….

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Who Knows Ten?

by Arliene Botnick, April 27, 2022

Who knows 10? This is the name of a delightful book we use in our religious school and it’s also a question I’d like to ask you today. What is…

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Reflecting On My Reflections

by Roselyn Allen, April 27, 2022

As I approach my final AGM as President of Solel, I’ve taken the opportunity to look back on my blog posts– truly reflecting on my reflections over these last 3…

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Pesach: A Time of Freedom For All

by Rabbi Audrey Pollack, March 30, 2022

Passover is traditionally known as Zeman Herutenu, Season of our Freedom. Eating matza and getting rid of leaven are Toraitic commandments, reminders of our liberation. And the first of the…

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