Tag Archives: Abraham Joshua Heschel

Fighting Racism Starts in the Heart

My latest blog post for The Jewish Journal: When we think of relations between Jews and African-Americans, we naturally think of our proudest moments. And we should. Abraham Joshua Heschel marched side-by-side with Martin Luther King in 1965, helping America … Continue reading

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Could You Be Happier?

“I could be happier.” How many of us have occasionally thought that? While driving to work the other day, I did. And then I realized it’s not true. I’ve done a few things of which I’m proud. There is more … Continue reading

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