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Elisha Greenbaum

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Till that minute, my friends hadn’t even considered the possibility of sending both children to a Jewish school. They were hard-pressed to afford just one set of school fees.
What has struck me as I sit listening to memories and eulogies is that mourners seem to care about one thing. No matter what people did for a living or the way they passed away, all that everyone left behind wants to talk about is the way they acted towar...
It’s a mitzvah to honor and respect your parents, but Moses knew that a real mensch is equally solicitous of his in-laws.
If you want to uplift someone spiritually, you've got to minister to the whole person.
Funerals are always sad, but do you know when they are truly tragic? When the mourners are too busy fighting among themselves to really pay their respects to the departed.
From: ________ ___________ Sent: Thursday, 22 September 2016 1:24 PM To: Rabbi Elisha Greenbaum Subject: Why I won't be in shul next week Rabbi, thanks for the phone call, but I’m going to say no. You know how much I love you and how much _____ and I admi...
The philosophical differences between various sects and streams of Jews bother me greatly.
It’s easier and more comfortable to just skate by on natural talent and future promise. Near enough becomes good enough.
Holiness is a state of mind, not a job description.
You’ve got friends. You’ve got business partners. You’ve got family who need this gift of healing and faith in their lives.
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