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Concussion Log #5 by Rabbi David Z. Vaisberg

http://davidvaisberg.com/concussion-log-5/ Salt & Honey Concussion Log #5 These past few weeks, as some energy has returned and my task has been to gradually increase work load to build up tolerance, I’ve come back into my rabbinic work, taking on as much as I...

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Concussion Log #4 by Rabbi David Z. Vaisberg

Concussion Log #4 – Salt & Honey (davidvaisberg.com) There is so much I could write about today in reflection on last week, and I just don’t have that stamina right now. I’m going to attempt to focus on concussion-related symptoms just to get them down in writing....

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Concussion Log #3 by Rabbi David Z. Vaisberg

JANUARY 4, 2021 / DAVIDZVAISBERG / OPINIONS CONCUSSION LOG #3 There’s a lot that I miss from pre-concussion, and of course these things were most likely under-appreciated if barely noticed at all through these past nine months of whatever it is we want to call...

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Concussion Log #2 by Rabbi David Z. Vaisberg

Concussion Log #2 – Salt & Honey (davidvaisberg.com) DECEMBER 29, 2020 / DAVIDZVAISBERG / OPINIONS CONCUSSION LOG #2 סבלנות (savlanut) is the Hebrew word for patience. Patience is what I’m told I need to have as I work my way to being fully recovered, able to...

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Rabbi leaves Temple B’nai Abraham for California

Rabbi leaves Temple B'nai Abraham for California Activist, teacher, chaplain reflects on decades of ‘sacred’ work in NJ by Johanna Ginsberg, NJJN Read article https://njjewishnews.timesofisrael.com/rabbi-leaves-temple-bnai-abraham-for-california/...

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Taps-Thoughts on Memorial Day

Tap−Thoughts on Memorial Day by Joanne Palmer ( mother of Miriam Palmer Sherman)  https://blogs.timesofisrael.com/taps-thoughts-on-memorial-day/ ABOUT THE AUTHOR Joanne is the editor of the Jewish Standard and lives in Manhattan with her husband and two dogs, so she...

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Chazak, Chazak, V’nitchazeik

Chazak, Chazak, V’nitchazeik by Cantor Jessica Epstein May 15, 2020 This week, we come to another milestone in our Jewish year — we conclude the Book of Leviticus, the third book of the Torah.  One more book has been studied, read and brought to life. Through the lips...

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