Monthly Archives: February 2019

Amos Oz: A Remembrance

By Sid Goldstein

On December 28, 2108, Amos Oz died. This is something I will never forget. Just the day before, I had picked up a copy of his last novel Judas and began to read it for the Sof… Continue reading

Moshe the Miser

As told by Reb Daniel Lev

 

Moshe was a wealthy butcher and the town miser – he was so stingy that even the most miserable, and accomplished, beggar would be completely ignored as Moshe walked down the street. Shnorers… Continue reading

Chanting Torah

By Linda Lingle

We always feel a great sense of accomplishment when we achieve something we doubted we could—learning to surf, speak a foreign language, fly an airplane, or master a musical instrument. I decided to learn to chant Torah… Continue reading

Reflections on T”U B’Shevat

By Dina Yoshimi with photos by Naomi Olstein

Sifting through my childhood memories of T”U B’Shevat, I recall religious school

teachers urging us to participate in the annual JNF campaign to purchase trees

in Israel.  In classes, we saw… Continue reading

Sof Book Club 2019

  

The Book Club meets on selected Sundays from 1pm to 3pm. If you are interested in reading any or all of these books, please contact Carolann Biederman in the Oneg Room after Services.

Sof Book Club Selections… Continue reading

Upcoming Events

Sof Board Meeting

Sunday, February 17, 5:00 pm: Winter Board meeting for Congregation Sof Ma’arav held at the home of Robert & Bernice Littman.

 


End-of-Life Discussion

Sunday February 10, 1-3 pm:  Beyond the Paperwork: Estate Planning; Sponsored… Continue reading

The Kabeel’s Donkey – A Children’s Story

By Rabbi Daniel Lev

Once upon a time in old Yemen there was a town where Jews and Muslims lived in peace.  It was called Dhamar. The king of Yemen would assign a Mayor (called a Kabeel) to each… Continue reading

From the Levinson-Krupp Library

Contributed by the Levinson-Krupp Library
(Hours: 9 am-noon, Monday & Thursday or upon request)


January 2019

Live every moment of 2019 and feel blessed to have the opportunity to see another day in paradise. Happy 2019 from… Continue reading

  • JCAN’s Jewish Climate Conference
    March 24, 2019 1pm-8pm Temple Reyim in Auburndale, MA Join Rabbi Margalit and Organic Torah Board Member Rabbi Laura Bellows as they co-teach Changing Climate, Changing Ourselves. We will only succeed in shifting our direction and pulling back from the brink of climate disaster by feeling the crisis in our bodies and emotions; and also […]
  • Meditation, Nature and Torah: The Missing Links (a Podcast)
    JOIN US–Rabbi Margalit and Rabbi Marc Margolius live online April 3rd at 12:30 EST, or download the podcast later. The aim of spiritual practices such as meditation is that they will help us not only to feel present (or perhaps Presence) while we are meditating, but will help us to maintain that sense throughout our […]