Patricia Raskin
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For most of us in New England, summer means more time outdoors, vacations with loved ones, and spending time with friends and family, perhaps at a pool, beach, cookouts, fairs and festivals, or … more
“The primary principle behind the treatment of animals in Jewish law is preventing tza’ar ba’alei chayim, the suffering of living creatures,” Tracy Rich writes on her website, … more
Rabbi Wayne Franklin grew up with dogs, but his wife, Anne Franklin, never had a dog. When their daughter Batya started asking her parents for a dog, a family discussion ensued. They spent a year … more
Those of us who work in sales constantly face the challenge of continued momentum and success. The key to our success as entrepreneurs, small business owners or commission-based salespeople is … more
Last year, I heard Alan Veingrad speak at the Providence Kollel. For seven seasons, Veingrad played for the Green Bay Packers and the Dallas Cowboys in the National Football League. He won a Super … more
“The Jewish Garden” is a concept and article by Rabbi Dov Lev on aish.com. In it, he talks about appreciating God through nature and how the plant kingdom is a path to God. He … more
As I was researching material for this column, I came across a very touching and poignant article in the New York Times, “A Place of Healing,” by Meadow Rue Merrill, about the healing … more
In my book “Pathfinding,” my father tells this story: “A very wealthy man in town approached a poor carpenter who had been struggling all his life. He says, ‘I’m … more
The mikveh is a Jewish ritual bath. Bathing in its water is part of a bride’s preparation for a wedding, setting the tone for spiritual intimacy in her marriage. It is a purification process … more
Several years ago, I interviewed Connie Glaser (connieglaser.com), co-author of “What Queen Esther Knew: Business Strategies from a Biblical Sage.” The authors say that “Queen … more
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