This week, while many of my fellow Rabbis Without Borders rabbis were enjoying the alumni retreat and I was feeling jealous because I just couldn’t get away to join them, I had the opportunity to reflect on a personal experience and write about it for the Rabbis Without Borders blog. So I guess we were together in spirit.
If you missed my post on Tuesday, please take a look and let me know what you think. You may leave comments here or at the RWB blog on MyJewishLearning.com:
At This Point in Time: Last week, all around the country, people stayed awake late into the night and took to the streets. The U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development, in order to designate funds to cities that provide shelter and services to homeless people, requires a census be taken during the last week in January, on a week night after dark. This census is called the Point in Time Count. I participated in Read more →