Articles Tagged with: Rabbi Bogin

This evening we begin the Jewish festival of Shavuot

—Rabbi Sandy Bogin
Sarah Neuman, The New Jewish Home – Westchester

May 28, 2020
Good afternoon, everyone.
I invite you all to pause if you can, from what you are doing for a moment.

This evening we begin the Jewish festival of Shavuot. Another holiday that we are not able to celebrate in the usual manner of gathering friends and family in a synagogue and at home. Passover, Easter, Eid al-Fitr — other holy days that we were not able to celebrate in our usual ways this spring.

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Compassion asks us to go where it hurts

—Rabbi Sandy Bogin
Sarah Neuman, The New Jewish Home – Westchester

Good afternoon everyone.

I invite you all to pause for a moment. It is a beautiful day. The sun is shining and it’s finally beginning to feel like spring. 

One thing we know for sure these days, is that the only thing we can count on is change. Every week, every day, our lives and the world around us are changing.

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One of my Favorite Quotes is from Maya Angelou

—Rabbi Sandy Bogin
Sarah Neuman, The New Jewish Home – Westchester

Good afternoon, and happy nurses week!

This is Rabbi Bogin. I invite you to pause a moment, take a look at the people around you at this moment. They are our team. We take care of people, and we let people take care of us, physically and emotionally.

One of my favorite quotes is from Maya Angelou:

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We here at Sarah Neuman are reminded of this day after day: how interrelated we all are

—Rabbi Sandy Bogin
Sarah Neuman, The New Jewish Home – Westchester

April 30, 2020

Good afternoon. This is Rabbi Bogin.

I invite you all to pause a moment from what you are doing, take a look at the people around you, and remember we’re a team. We’re all in this together.

I’ve been thinking about something I read that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  said on Christmas eve in 1967 in Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, where he served as co-pastor:

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Today on the Jewish calendar, it is Yom Haatzmaut — Israel Independence Day

—Rabbi Sandy Bogin
Sarah Neuman, The New Jewish Home – Westchester

April 29, 2020
Yom Ha’atzmaut/Israel Independence Day

Good afternoon everyone. This is Rabbi Bogin.

I invite you all to pause a moment, take a look at the people around you, and remember we’re a team — we’re all in this together.

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The Moslem Holy Month of Ramadan began sundown last night

—Rabbi Sandy Bogin
Sarah Neuman, The New Jewish Home – Westchester

April 24, 2020
First full day of Ramadan, which began last evening

This is Rabbi Bogin. I invite you all to pause a moment, and reflect on the wonderful, heroic team we work with every day.

The Moslem Holy Month of Ramadan began sundown last night.

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50th Anniversary of Earth Day

—Rabbi Sandy Bogin
Sarah Neuman, The New Jewish Home – Westchester

April 22, 2020
50th Anniversary of Earth Day

I invite you all, if you can, to pause a minute from what you are doing.

Take a moment and look around at the people you are with. Remember we are all on the same team. We are all in this together.

Today is Earth Day. It is the 50th anniversary of the first Earth Day, begun as a result of a terrible oil spill in Santa Barbara, where I went to college. I was there for that first Earth Day in 1970!

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We look ahead with hope

—Rabbi Sandy Bogin
Sarah Neuman, The New Jewish Home – Westchester

 April 16, 2020 

Good afternoon, everyone

I invite you, if you can, to pause a moment from what you are doing. 

Take a look at the people near you, receiving care and giving care. Feel their presence with warmth and affection. 

We all give and receive care all day long. Some more directly, some less directly, but we’re all here together. We’re all here for each other. Yes, we’re all in this together. 

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