Month: October 2016

There were a couple of articles I recently read on ejewishphilanthropy.com that for me, presented a bit of a quandary. On Friday, it was “Why Leaders Shouldn’t Aspire to Run Congregations Like Businesses”. Then today, there was “A Reminder of …

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One of my High Holy Day memories from childhood is the first time I heard a campaign pitch. Back in the 1960s, supporting Israel was important to many. I can’t remember if it was Harold Ponn or Harry Feldman – …

Pitch Me! Read More »

A couple of weeks ago, we went to an event at the local library. A few New York Times reporters were talking about the presidential election. The event was to start at 4:00 PM and the doors were not opened …

A Good Seat… Read More »