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Moment of Silence

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A Moment of Silence
Answering to a Higher Authority
In 1985, the U.S. Supreme Court heard a case about an Alabama law allowing public school teachers to start each day with a moment of silence for meditation or voluntary prayer.
10 Shevat, 5743 • January 24, 1983
A Moment to Save the World – Part 1
Civilized society depends on proper education built on a healthy foundation. But the only true foundation for education is the same as that of all of creation: “In the beginning, G-d created the Heavens and the Earth.”
10 Shevat, 5743 • January 24, 1983
A Moment to Save the World – Part 2
Parents rely on the Public School System to rear their children into mature, responsible adults. Their children are imbued with the values of this country’s sense of pride: That “My own power and the strength of my hand have brought me my success.” But wi...
10 Shevat, 5743 • January 24, 1983
A Moment to Save the World – Part 3
Those who oppose silent prayer in public schools, cite the separation of religion and state as the basis to eliminate religion from the public arena. However, this ignores the reason the law was established in the first place: to protect the freedom of re...
A Moment of Silence
Food for Thought
In some U.S. states, public schools begin their school day with a moment of silence, a time during which students can reflect. This presents a perfect opportunity for students to think about a Higher Authority.
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