Tag Archive: Cantor

Making Days Holy

For those of you who don’t know, the Jewish High Holy Days begin with Rosh Hashana (the New Year) and end with Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement).  During this ten day stretch, those who observe go through a period of deep introspection, evaluate the choices and actions we’ve made over the course of the…

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I Guess I AM the Marrying Kind

The irony isn’t lost on me that among the many lanes I pursue to earn a living — writer, cantor, past life regressionist, spiritual counselor — I count officiating weddings as one of the most joyful and fun in the bunch.  I can’t help it… I love marrying people.  You could say I’m the marrying…

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A Mom in Service

Very often, especially lately, most of my writing has concerned the always unpredictable, and too often unpleasant day in and day out episodes of my kids’ lives.  Because I am first and foremost a mom, this is the natural order of things. But I am also a healer, a singer, and more often than not…

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A Prayer for Debbie

Debbie Friedman is one of the most influential and beloved Jewish artists of our time.  One of her most famous songs is Mi Shebeirach – a Prayer for Healing.  Now it’s Debbie who needs our prayer for her healing.   She is critically ill in a Southern California hospital so I am inviting all of…

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