What’s There to Learn From the Madoff Case?
We suggest you check out the cover story from this week’s The Baltimore Jewish Times:
“What Is Happening To Us?” asks Rabbi Mark G. Loeb, rabbi emeritus of Pikesville’s Beth El Congregation.
“I remember a time, seemingly not so long ago, that the Jewish community seemed to be one of those places where intellectual judgment, good sense, personal dignity and ethical sensitivity were our essential hallmarks as a people,” he said. “Sadly, some of those ideals seem to have fallen by the wayside, at least in the life of significant Jewish individuals, or have been brushed under a moral carpet by too many people who always worry more about what non-Jews will say or do instead of being concerned what harm we are doing to ourselves.”