Brad Hirschfield on Lou Dobb's FOX Business The A Team November 28, 2011

Brad Hirschfield joined Lou Dobbs, Liz Trotta and Doug Schoen to discuss Newt Gingrich's surge in the polls and Republican debate winners and losers.

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Fox News, 11/22/11
From The A Team Fox Business, Lou Dobbs Tonight

Beth Adam’s Rabbi Barr is chosen to join Rabbis Without Borders November 28, 2011

"Rabbis Without Borders (RWB), is a initiative that helps rabbis make Jewish thought and practice more available for improving people’s lives, selected its third class for its competitive rabbinic fellowship program. More than 90 applicants competed for the 22 spots. Of those selected, Robert Barr from Loveland, Ohio was picked for this program....."

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American Israelite, 11/23/11

Rabbis Without Borders Selects ZacharyTruboff November 28, 2011

"Rabbi Zachary Truboff of Beachwood, spiritual leader of Cedar Sinai Synagogue, was selected from a pool of 90 applicants competing for 22 spots for the Rabbis Without Borders (RWB) program. Now in its third year, the national program encourages rabbis to think creatively about their work and the new American religious landscape...."

Song of the Sea: Jewish Life in the Caribbean November 28, 2011

"A mezuzah, no matter how small or how grand, is the essential marker of a Jewish home.

At the Water's Edge November 28, 2011

"As a poet, I am often asked to explain poetry. Webster’s defines it as ‘1. the art or works of a poet, and 2. writing in metrical verse.’ Although this may be true, it is like trying to define Torah as a book of sacred writing. Such definitions do not do justice to either poetry or Torah...." Read more...

Brad Hirschfield and Erik Ludwig on Jewish Giving in the Global Village November 28, 2011

"...These two examples of what might be termed “global Judaism” demonstrate how the next generation of Jews can learn from communities and experiences often left out of the Jewish story commonly told in America. By going global, members of the next generation have expanded their geographical, intellectual, ethical and yes, philanthropic imagination, and have begun to redefine notions of community and responsibility along the way...."

Want to Have a Happy Thanksgiving -- Read This November 21, 2011

"The third key to having a happy Thanksgiving can be learned from the Pilgrims, who celebrated even though much of what they hoped to achieve had not been realized. Don’t allow your hopes that things were better get in the way of appreciating where they are already good...."

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By Brad Hirschfield from FoxNews.com’s Fox Forum, Opinion, 11/21/11

This Thanksgiving, What Are You Grateful For? Brad Hirschfield on WPR November 21, 2011

Brad Hirschfield joins At Issue host Ben Merens to talk about Thanksgiving and what it means to feel grateful.

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Wisconsin Public Radio’s At Issue With Ben Merens
, 11/17/11

Does Religion Make Your Brain Happy? Interview with Science Writer David DiSalvo November 21, 2011

"...That face-off between doubt and certainty is absolutely one of the biggest challenges we face when we are engaging in conversation about beliefs and values. The challenge is how we embrace stability without it lapsing into absolutism…One of my teachers, Rabbi Brad Hirschfield, talks about the need to be able to be committed without being certain. The analogy that I like is to a marriage..."

Who Owns Our Words? November 18, 2011

"For artists and writers, their creativity is their livelihood. The ideas that sprout from their heads are what put bread on the table and rent checks and mortgage payments in the mail.

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