Forgive Them (Follow-up)

MORE Thoughts about forgiveness Last week, I sent an article about forgiveness–imploring you to forgive people for their transgressions. This week, I wanted to follow-up and share responses with you. Bob S. During my 51-year career, I was often asked, “Bob, how do you...

Forgive Them For They Know Not What They Do

LINK TO PART 2 of this article Making Mistakes “What does it feel like when you make a mistake?” It’s a question that Kathryn Schulz asks people. She’s an expert in mistakes. I imagine many of us are experts in making mistakes. She is an expert is what mistakes are....

The Thirty-Five Year Gosub Redemption

October. Portland. Bedtime. Annie’s room. 2018 “But I shouldn’t be in that group,” my daughter wailed over and over again. Annie was put in remedial fourth-grade math at the start of the school year. She hadn’t learned her times tables. Her...

God’s Laugher

And God Laughed Zoe approached me with a funny look on her face. “Rabbi,” she said, “I’m afraid I’m going to have to ask you to leave.” The setting was Magic Camp last summer, on the beautiful campus of Bryn Mawr college. My boy, Emmett, was in his first year at camp....

Not To Complain (part 2)

Not-Complain, Part 2   Before I send each newsletter, I wonder, “Will they like this one?” I also often wonder about the staggering number of people who are certain they have just written a hit song. Last week’s newsletter –NOT TO COMPLAIN–The...

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