Remember the famous Indian parable of the blind men and the elephant? A group of blind men is assembled and asked to describe an elephant. Each blind man touches a different part of the elephant—a tusk, a side, the trunk,
It starts like a joke in possibly poor taste “So a rabbi and a blonde are playing basketball, and the rabbi says…” I met Rabbi Brenner on a beautiful spring day at one of the newest and largest parks
Despite the fact that they really were work related, I still felt a twinge of guilt about all of the online videos I watched while working on the May issue. Perhaps it’s a generational thing or maybe it’s just my
“There is something seriously wrong with that boy,” I thought to myself as I watched my nephew furiously pedaling his bike around and around my brother in law’s house in Bend, Oregon, last Christmas. Around the house and up and
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