- The God Puzzle by Richard Levy
God did not give us the puzzle box with the picture on the cover. Figuring
out how to connect all the pieces is part of the purpose of our existence.
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The Worship Revolution by Eric H. Yoffie
I propose that we proclaim a new Reform revolution which will make synagogue
worship our foremost concern.
- The Orlando Biennial Album
A photographic retrospective of "An Event To Remember."
- Young & Proud
A conversation with UAHC Youth Director Rabbi Allan Smith on the results of
a new survey offering a candid look at the new generation.
- FOCUS: Divorce & Recovery
- Becoming Whole Again by Earl Grollman
Divorce pushes you to the edge of a cliff; you are forced to respond to a
- The Jewish Way of Divorce by Sandy Seltzer
We've come a long way since Deuteronomy 24:1.
- Yes, There Is a Reform Divorce Document... But Don't Call It a "Get"
An interview with its author, Rabbi Simeon Maslin
- My "Un-Wedding" Ceremony by Judyth Har Even
Nourishing ourselves on a "Diet for Estranged Wives," we read and sang personal
passages and songs by candlelight.
- Mourning a Marriage by Laura Geller
During the traditional get ceremony, I began to feel released -- still,
I needed a ritual through which I could release myself.
- Restore the Get by Leigh Lerner
The abandonment of ceremonial divorce ignores the emotional needs of our congregants
at a time of deep distress in their lives.
Cover: "Once in a Blue Moon," 1998, (detail) by Samuel Bak
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Oil on canvas. Courtesy of the Pucker Gallery, Boston.
Samuel Bak had the first exhibition of his drawings at the age of nine
in the Vilna Ghetto. Escaping after its destruction, he emigrated to Israel,
where he studied at the Bezalel Art School in Jerusalem. Now living in the
Boston area, Bak has had numerous solo exhibitions of his work at galleries
and museums in the United States, Israel, and Europe.
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