What values do you put in your Jewish box?

Rabbi Marc Rubenstein
Rabbi Marc Rubenstein. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Rabbi Marc Rubenstein, Special to Valley News What is it like to come to a Rosh Hashanah service on a Friday night? On this sacred evening, we can easily imagine all the cars traveling right now back and forth and all the people who are unaware that Rosh Hashanah is one of the holiest nights of the Jewish year. It ought to make a deep impression on us. We are banded together as a congregation to worship, to pray, to reflect and hopefully to mend our ways. And I ask you, why have you come? What values do you hold that make attendance at services on Rosh Hashanah and at other times meaningful to you? Since we live a large part of our lives outside the Jewish tradition, our lives are often divided into compartments or boxes for our occupation, family, education, etc. Those boxes are
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