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July 28, 2014
Brad Hirschfield Brad Hirschfield
Leaving Baggage and Blame at the Door

The war between Hamas and Israel drags on, with Hamas yet again rejecting the cease fire proposed by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry. But this post isn't about ascribing blame, it's about the increasingly difficult challenge of talking about the Middle East in any way that doesn't focus on just that - on winning the blame game, as opposed to allowing the safety we have here in America to...

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Irwin Kula Irwin Kula

Meet sisters-in-law Mimi Hecht and Mushky Notik. Struggling to find clothes that were stylish but still as modest as Orthodox custom requires "they took matters into their own hands and set out to create the ultimate pieces they needed for their wardrobe" and founded a small clothing line Mimu...

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Brad Hirschfield Brad Hirschfield
Stuart Scott

This video of ESPN's Stuart Scott accepting the Jimmy V Perseverance Award is about way more than living with cancer - as if that would not be reason enough to watch. You can watch from the beginning, or pick it up at 6:50 when his speech begins, but either way you will be both inspired and enlightened. ...

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Irwin Kula Irwin Kula

The Israel-Hamas War: Hope on the Edge

Posted July 22, 2014 @ 12:07 pm
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The Israel Hamas War Hope on the Edge

"Use your words," I remember saying to my children when they wanted to hit or bite during those terrible twos when children don't have the words to adequately communicate their feelings. Well, the words of diplomats and politicians, political scientists and pundits, intelligence and military experts, artists, religious leaders, and peace activists have all failed. We are killing each other rather...

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Brad Hirschfield Brad Hirschfield
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From Odyssey Networks' Faith on the Record series: This week, fanatical religion and absolutist atheism lost and the rest of us won. The U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled in the case of Galloway v. Greece, NY that prayer was acceptable in public meetings - a...

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