The Jewish View

BY Rabbi Craig Axler
May 17, 2013

On a recent outing with my students to visit the extraordinary National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia, we took a short detour to the Liberty Bell Center, which sits conveniently across Independence Mall from the NMAJH.  There is tremendous symbolism to the balance of the particular story of the Jewish people in America CONTINUE »

BY Rabbi Etan Mintz
May 16, 2013

It was one of my first days as a chaplain resident at the University of Virginia Health System. As I visited patients during my regular rounds, I entered the room of a middle-aged man who was being treated for cancer.  We were different ages and came from dissimilar communities and backgrounds.  I was just 30; CONTINUE »

BY Yisrael Motzen
May 7, 2013

A few years ago, I took a trip to Phoenix. The highlight was a day-long outing to the Grand Canyon. If you have been there, you know how absolutely breathtaking the first sight of the Grand Canyon is. After looking out into the canyon for quite some time, I decided to engage in one of CONTINUE »

BY Danielle Sarah Storch
May 1, 2013

I hated recess. No one believes me, but it is true. Our recess looked something like this: Ari would split the boys up into teams for kickball.  I was mostly chosen last. “Can’t you kick a ball?”  Ari, the oldest guy in class, would yell from the grass, as I was up to the plate. CONTINUE »

BY Sherri Vishner
April 25, 2013

Fifty general sessions, eight Little Limmud sessions, one amazing opening session facilitated by Jakir Manela and an eye-opening lunch program discussing the 50th anniversary of the desegregation of Gwynn Oak Park. Ten pounds of egg salad, 150 bagels, 200 desserts.  Four Taste of Limmud events, 16 Divrei Torah in the Baltimore Jewish Times, hundreds of flyers CONTINUE »