It is often hard to know whom to trust.
Each of the following buttons were sold as novelty items. The first suggesting we trust Bernard Madoff is very sad. The second is intended for fun.
I’ve never worn the first.
The other I wear at rabbinic conventions.
|Text||TRUST ME, I’M A
As we approach Rosh haShannah and Yom Kippur, may we train our trust-sensors to know who, what, why, when and how to trust.
what is “#blogelul”?
My friend and colleague Phyllis Sommers has thought of yet a new creative way to prepare for Rosh haShannah. You can learn more here.
your lapel buttons
Many people have lapel buttons. They may be attached to a favorite hat or jacket you no longer wear, or poked into a cork-board on your wall. If you have any laying around that you do not feel emotionally attached to, please let me know. I preserve these for the Jewish people. At some point they will all go to an appropriate museum. You can see all the buttons shared to date.