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There have been many changes and adaptations in the business world during the COVID-19 pandemic that have improved productivity and the quality of work, and that exemplify connection and … more
What we focus on grows. I’ve written about this in my book, “Pathfinding: Seven Principles for Positive Living.” An example of this is The Hundredth Monkey phenomenon. In 1952, … more
I found an article that really spoke to me at Chabad.org called “Making Our Home a Sanctuary,” by psychiatrist Yetta Krinsky.  Dr. Krinsky wrote about the concept of sanctuary in … more
Nurturing and honoring ourselves can be especially challenging during this time of COVID-19. To help cope with the current roller-coaster ride of the pandemic, the economy, race issues, politics … more
Elissa Felder is the founder of Core Connects RI, a new organization whose goal is to support, educate and inspire Jewish women. Felder of Providence, gave details about the group and its mission in … more
We live in a society that actually promotes loneliness and isolation. That seems like an oxymoron because we are all so busy going places and getting involved in activities – but that does not … more
I love to think and write about miracles – and there’s no better time to reflect on the miracles in our lives than at Hanukkah. In her 2017 Hanukkah message, on LIHerald.com, Rabbi … more
I attended Lt. Col. Philbin’s talk last night [Sept. 17 at PHDS] and I thought, wow, here is a real-life Righteous Gentile in our midst!  He was down to earth, humorous, and straight … more
In the article “Why Jewish education matters,” published in the Jewish Standard newspaper, Rabbi David J. Fine writes, “Jewish and American cultures share this essential value … 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
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