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daily kaddish: ein ein sof

Mira opens this Kaddish with a reading from a book the Beit Malkhut study group is working on. I’ll let her explain. —Erin

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guest essay: Dude!

Don’t assume rabbis, or any Jewish people for that matter, will be mensches when you need them to be.

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daily kaddish: Ruth Leavitt Kadish on her Yahrtzeit

Today, we gathered in Mira’s garden with Lori’s family and friends to say a final Kaddish together. Lori organized a simple remembrance, with each of us reading a short piece, Mira reciting Kaddish while I played Kogan’s “Kaddish,” and ultimately all of us reading the Kaddish together.

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daily kaddish: what a difference a collaborator makes

I whined to Mira, “Oh, shit, I have to make a Kaddish, what a bummer.” She looked at me in horror and said, “Well, then you don’t get to do it.”

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daily kaddish: for r’ schmeerson

Well, you just have to read Mira’s post about it. How could the shikse resist?

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yahrtzeit for the moshiach

So.  The moshiach died on this day.  He actually died on June 12, 1994 — but that’s the wrong calendar.  On the Jewish calendar, it was 3 Tammuz, 5754. Which this year works out to July 5th — today.  I got an invite from Chabad of the East Bay to come to their Farbrengen and […]