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The Weeds in the Wall

Rabbi Scott Perlo
October 14, 2013

בס”דWhen the shnorrer approached me, I was in between laying my arm tefillin and my head tefillin. I was standing just below one of the large caper bushes that lives in the upper reaches of the Kotel. His hand flopped in front of my face, levered straight down from the elbow. He didn’t look at More »


The Kotel

Rabbi Dan Horwitz
October 1, 2013

A symbol, you see Powerful and mystifying to me   People yearning for a day long since past When sacrifices were the norm, yet didn’t last   With prayer since supplanting slaughter And somehow a son having greater rights than a daughter   To identify as part of holy community Which somehow causes such great More »