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The Perfect Time to Break Some Bad Habits

This past Shabbat there was knock at my door. It was one of my students, a 27-year old attorney who frequents Manhattan Jewish Experience and is an important part of our community of young [...]

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A Spiritual Response to the Coronavirus

In the 1960’s, Reb Shlomo Carlebach would travel to the former Soviet Union to distribute Tefilin, Mezuzot, Yarmulkes and other religious items forbidden in Russia at the time. At the end of one [...]

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God and the Impeachment

Something extraordinary and quite religious took place in American politics this week. Senator Mitt Romney became the only Republican to vote in favor of impeachment. What is significant to me as [...]

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Breaking Bad: A Spiritual Perspective on Sexual Harassment

The following was a sermon given by Rabbi Mark Wildes at the Manhattan Jewish Experience on Shabbat, January 18, 2020. Before Moshe’s experience at the burning bush, when he has his first [...]

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Anti-Semitism: When Crisis Creates Opportunity

A crisis can bring out the worst in people, but it can also bring out the best. Within twenty-four hours of the horrific attack on the synagogue in Monsey, Rabbi Chaim Rottenberg, the rabbi of [...]