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A Part of a Whole - Parshat Ki Tissa

Avraham (Allan) Friedman, MSW
March 3rd, 2015

Usually the easiest way to count is by using whole numbers…1,2,3… Other manners are possible but not quite as easy. Yet in this week's portion, Parshat Ki Tissa, there is a commandment to count the people by using half-shekels1, half a coin instead of a full coin. I agree that it is not a difficult manner in which to count people - just multiply by two and you have your sum. But why go through this unusual manner for counting the pe …

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A Parent Asks: My kid always wants stuff. How do I know when…

Mindy Blumenfeld, LCSW, Individual and Couple Therapist
March 1st, 2015

NOTE: This article was originally published in the monthly Ask the Therapist column in Jewish Echo Magazine   Question: Our family is a regular middle class family with kids in the local yeshiva and girls’ school. Many of our children’s friends have things that we feel are not necessary for our children to have at their ages, i.e. an ipad for a twelve year old, the latest brand name shoes for our fourteen year old, etc. On t …

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Glory for the People - Parshat Tetzaveh

Avraham (Allan) Friedman, MSW
February 24th, 2015

In imagining what the criteria were for the service in the temple, one would think of choosing special people to perform the rituals and to ensure that the tools and utensils be able to fulfill the task. Whether or not it looks nice I would have thought to be secondary at best. In this week's po­rtion, Parshat Tetzaveh, we find that the Torah goes out of its way to assign importance to beauty and that it was such an important part of the temp …

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Circa 1980 B.T. (Before Texting)

Rabbi Yitzchak Shmuel Ackerman, LMHC
February 24th, 2015

How did we communicate before there was texting? Much of the communication between individuals was conducted over the phone, but there were still remnants of the antiquated form known as “face to face.” Of course, the telephone and face to face communication are limited to small numbers of people you could address at one time. Before texting, how did we convey our messages to larger groups of people? Bumper stickers! And you thought …

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