A Series of Articles for Exploration By Rabbi Miriam Burg Family life in modern America is often overwhelming. We live in a fast-paced world where e-mails and phone calls are unrelenting, the demands on our time too many, and the expectations at work, at school and at home nearly impossible to meet. The lines between work and home have blurred or disappeared completely. Kids go to school all day and then spend their evenings doing homework … [Read more...] about An Antidote for the Stressed-Out: Jewish Overnight Camping for Families
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Igniting the Imagination: A Vision for a Jewish Family Camp
First in a series
By Rabbi Miriam Burg
There is a unicorn and a wizard who live in the woods. If we sing loudly enough during the week, we might catch a glimpse of them galloping by on Friday morning. And Puff the Magic Dragon, he lives somewhere on the lake. We feed him soggy jelly sandwiches whenever we go sailing. He must really like them because they always disappear.
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A Series of Articles for Exploration