Last time I checked, the New York Times did not consider meh meh, a matter of indifference, so-so, not worth the ink on the page.
Sermons by Rev. Marti Keller
Rev. Keller explores topics of everyday spirituality, prophetic witness, religious feminisms, and intra-religious teachings. She is especially sought for her contributions exploring the place of Judaism within and without Unitarian Universalism and for the individual.
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There’s a daily natural disaster list on the World Wide Web that keeps a record of all felt earthquakes, active volcanoes, flash floods, active cyclones, tornadoes, tsunamis, hurricanes, mud flows, and solar flashes, along with major storms.
Black Friday is the name given to the day following Thanksgiving as the official beginning of the Christmas shopping season…
Eleanor Roosevelt once remarked : “I think at a child’s birth, if a mother could ask for a fairy godmother to endow it with the most useful gift, that gift would be curiosity.”
Up until a few years ago, it would have been close to completely unlikely to find any Jewish holiday-themed foods in the grocery store where we shop…
Historians remind us that until the recent past, home ownership — that loaded manifestation of the American dream — was just that, a dream, and rent checks the reality for most people.