How to Transform Your High Holidays

Posted on September 3rd, 2018
by Rabbi Tzvi Sytner on aish.com

These High Holidays, you can find ways to have a personal conversation, to build a relationship, with God.


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“We Bonded Over Weird”: Yom Kippur in Rural Kentucky

Posted on August 27th, 2018
BY SPENCER WELLS for newvoices.org


Being a Jewish student at Western Kentucky University (WKU) feels like attending college in a ghost town. There are no hallmarks of Jewish collegiate life here. No Hillel, no Jewish student group, not even a synagogue in Bowling Green, the town surrounding campus. It’s an experience of alienation, but ironically also the basis for connection.

 

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Is Shabbat A Way To Combat Millennial Loneliness?

Posted on August 20th, 2018
By Shira Feder for The Forward


Millennials, the media would have you believe, have both destroyed the nuclear family and the fabric softener industry. These unfortunate adult children are both addicted to social media and terribly, woefully lonely. They’re short on funds but long on anxiety. Is everyone born between between 1981 and 1996 just doomed? What could fix Generation X short of a total clean slate?

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Could I Stay Orthodox in a Secular College?

Posted on August 13th, 2018
By Andrew Goldstein for Jewcy.com


Despite warnings from friends and rabbis alike, I went to a school with little Orthodox presence.


On Lag B’Omer, the last Wednesday of the semester, I snuck past a challah baking event to say goodbye to the Stony Brook University Chabad Rabbi, Adam Stein. Rabbi Adam and I danced with his children to the music from a livestream of Meron in his backyard. At a pause, I tapped my kippa and tzitzit and said, “I wanted to rub it in. You were wrong; I did stay religious these four years.”

Rabbi Adam responded with a chuckle, “You cheated. You went home every Shabbos.”

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Top Ten Jewish Jokes about Rabbis

Posted on August 6th, 2018
by Jewlarious.com Staff for aish.com


Rabbis teach us. They inspire us. They lead us. So what better way to say thank you than to tell jokes about them. That’s just what Jews do. So without further ado, here are 10 of our favorite jokes about Rabbis.

1. A Rabbi’s Dozen
A Rabbi and his wife were cleaning up the house. The Rabbi came across a box he didn't recognize. His wife told him to leave it alone, it was personal.

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