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Kolot: Fears

January 5th, 2011 | by JLedger

“Yesterday, I went to Nazareth, to a ceremony honoring Irwin Green, a very special man who worked hard towards bringing Jews and Arabs closer together,” I told my daughter Sivan over breakfast, before she headed off ... Read More


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Kolot: Fighting fire at home

December 22nd, 2010 | by JLedger

Did you know that in the month of December the number of house fires in the United States rises exponentially? December is the peak time of year for home candle fires. Last December 13% of home ... Read More


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Kolot: Levana Polate z"l – A Luminous Soul

October 16th, 2010 | by JLarchives

By Dr. Vera Schwarz Levana Polate of West Hartford, who died recently, was a lecturer in modern languages at Trinity College in Hartford. She taught Hebrew courses incorporating the teaching of Israeli culture and Israeli literature ... Read More


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Kolot: These Leather Straps

September 3rd, 2010 | by JLarchives

Kolot: These Leather Straps By Joseph Fleischman Seven times I wrap around my arm Then once again upon my head, These leather straps by which I’m firmly bound Contain the words of G-d and of His ... Read More


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Kolot: Summer's Golden Gift

July 8th, 2010 | by JLarchives

By Norma Bursack For some, the sighting of a robin is the first sign of spring. But for Bloomfield poet Norma Bursack, “tiger lilies lining roadsides have always heralded the coming of summer.” Bursack’s poem “Summer’s ... Read More


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Kolot: Summer as a Steam Train

June 8th, 2010 | by JLarchives

A poem by Bonnie Enes ClicketyClack ClicketyClack ClicketyClack June got off at the last stop her bags filled with graduations, weddings pool swimming, hiking, planting pink peonies popping, morning glories vines racing up the trellis thunder ... Read More


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Kolot: What's in a name

May 8th, 2010 | by JLarchives

By Rabbi Jack Bloom Names, especially in families mean something! First, just to get it out of the way- about my name. All family members, following the lead of those who knew me when I was ... Read More


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