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On Philanthropy: Best Excerpts from the First 100 Columns

Since 2010, I have now written 100 columns addressing many aspects of philanthropy – for families, businesses and foundations. To acknowledge this milestone, here are some of my favorite excerpts.

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From Extinction To Eternity

Rather extraordinary, I say to myself. Two very different personalities, Father Desbois and Stan Lee, take center stage of history on the very same calendar day!

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Devastating News in Pittsburgh

In these challenging times, we have to sustain the vision of a nation and a world where our freedoms of expression and practice, whoever we are, are cherished and protected.

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Letters: Awareness Becoming Action

How can citizen-activists embody symbiotic solutions as we transition from our petroleum-pharmaceutical-addicted cyber-culture to an interfaith social permaculture—one that inspires, educates, and mobilizes peoples of diverse religious backgrounds?

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An English Rabbi’s Civil Rights Journey in Alabama

I was in Birmingham following a mission to Montgomery with 35 rabbis and other Jewish leaders, on a trip organized by T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights, to visit the incredible Legacy Museum and the National Memorial for Peace and Justice. 

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Divine Reflections

Morah Yehudis reflects on "Oh My God," the recent Theater Or production at the Boulder JCC featuring Rabbi Marc Soloway playing God.

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Mr. Rogers Mirrors Torah

I recently saw his very favorably reviewed biopic, ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor.’ I loved the film and felt terrible at the same time.

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