Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply The Anatomy of Fear Rabbi Rick Sherwin, a graduate of UCLA, was ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York. Rabbi Rick’s passion is filling spiritual services and interfaith educational programs with creativity, relevance, dialogue, and humor. TAGSInspirationRabbi Rick Sherwin Previous articleWho’d ah thunk it?Next articleThe history of President’s Day Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Three times in the Hebrew Bible we are explicitly charged ואהבת – You shall love:1. Love your neighbor as yourself.2. Love the foreigner who comes to live with you.3. Love the Eternal God with all your heart.Jewish Tradition tells us that no one – not even Aladdin’s genie, not even God – can demand or summon an emotion, including love.From my earliest memories, my father, Hal Sherwin ז״ל, would share a mantra:“Don’t tell me, show me.”We don’t just tell people we love them, and we don’t promise to feel love: we show them love, we act in a loving manner.The Hebrew Bible indicates that love is more than an emotion. Life’s focus to love your neighbor as yourself (Leviticus 19.18) follows a long list of ethical actions. The charge to love the foreigners who live alongside us (Leviticus 19.34) is linked to the responsibility to be fair and just. Express love for God Eternal (Deuteronomy 6.5) by teaching our children, and by exemplifying Godly treatment at home and away, night and day.On this “day of love” – February 14th – we pray for the awareness and ability to translate our inner love to the actions we share, so that we may be known both as loving and loveable. InspirationBy Rabbi Rick Sherwin Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Please enter your comment! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your name here
Work is progressing well on the new UK Government Hub in the centre of Edinburgh. The space will bring together some 3,000 UK Government civil servants, helping them deliver high quality services for people across Scotland. The Edinburgh Hub is a great example of the UK Government’s extensive support for the capital’s economy – which we are also driving through the ambitious Edinburgh and South East Scotland Growth Deal. The Edinburgh Hub will open during 2020. Work is also underway on a Glasgow Hub. The Edinburgh and Glasgow Hubs are a key part of the UK Government’s commitment to delivering excellent public services for people in Scotland, and building a strong Civil Service outside London. Across the UK it is estimated that the UK Government Hubs programme will save more than £2 billion of public money over twenty years, relocating civil servants from existing, often fragmented office locations, to modern, cross-departmental workplaces. The new Hub, located near Waverley Station, will bring together nearly 3,000 UK Government civil servants from a range of departments, including the Office of the Secretary of State for Scotland, the Office of the Advocate General for Scotland, HMRC, the Office for Statistics Regulation, the Information Commissioner’s Office, the Government Actuary’s Department and HM Treasury.Due to open in 2020, the Hub will improve the work of the UK Government in Scotland, enabling closer collaboration between departments and helping them deliver better services for Scottish people.Mr Mundell said:
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A Brentwood man has been accused of locking a his former roommate in a room of a Water Mill home and setting his bed on fire over the summer.Southampton Town Police said Kehare Hawkins filled a shampoo bottle with a flamable liquid and lit on fire using some bandage wrappings at the house on Montauk Highway on the night of Aug. 10, 2012.The 21-year-old suspect, who used to live in the house, “set a fire underneath his own bed, left the room, but then locked his roommate in the bedroom with the fire” following an argument with the victim, police said in a news release.The victim was not injured, but the fire spread to the carpeting.Hawkins was charged with arson. His bail was set at $25,000.Police said he is not a suspect in other open arson investigations on the East End.
B’ville held on to win, 4-3, as relief pitcher Chris AuClair went 4 1/3 shutout innings in relief of Marshall. The Hornets only managed four total hits off Marshall and AuClair.The second game of the F-M series with B’ville took place last Wednesday at Onondaga Community College and was part of the 12th annual Strike Out Lou Gehrig’s Disease Classic.In a poignant pregame ceremony, Ray Middle School teacher Mike Pauldine, who is battling Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, threw out the ceremonial first pitch, to the applause of both teams and a large group of Ray Middle teachers who were present at the game. Here was the big challenge for the Fayetteville-Manlius baseball team as reigning Section III Class AA champion Baldwinsville challenged them in a three-game series.The first game was a close one as the Hornets got to Bees starter Jake Marshall for three runs in the bottom of the first inning, two of them driven home by Sean Arthur’s single, answering a B’ville run in the top of the first.Up 3-1, Tom Coleman protected that lead until the Bees scored twice in the fourth. Then, with the game still tied in the top of the eighth, the Bees went in front when reliever John Egnaczyk’s wild pitch allowed Mike Carni to score. F-M lost 12-2 to B’ville, who had ace Jason Savacool pitch five innings, only allowing one hit while striking out 10.The Bees built a 12-0 lead in the first four innings, with both of the Hornets’ runs coming in the sixth as Mike Vaccaro had an RBI triple and was driven home by Sean O’Connor. Wet weather then postponed the third game until later this month.In its only game last week, Christian Brothers Academy lit it up last Tuesday against Hannibal, only requiring five innings to put up a season-best total for runs in a 24-2 destruction of the Warriors.Already up 12-0, the Brothers peaked with 12 runs in the bottom of the fourth inning as Kent Wilson pounded a pair of home runs and didn’t stop until he had amassed seven RBIs and scored four times.Jason Boule scored five runs as he, along with Leo Genecco and Joey Marsallo, got three RBIs. Matt Doane, Anthony Marsallo, Tommy Marzullo, Cade Bacon and Derek Jann had one RBI apiece.Bishop Grimes took part in the Strike Out Lou Gehrig’s Disease Classic at NBT Bank Stadium last Monday afternoon and earned a wild 11-8 victory over Jordan-Elbridge.The Cobras steadily build a 9-0 lead before the Eagles nearly made it all up, scoring a run in the fifth and striking for eight runs off reliever Joe Fisher in the bottom of the sixth.But Fisher got the final three outs after Grimes netted a pair of insurance runs in the top of the seventh, rewarding starter Joe Wike for his four scoreless frames that included five strikeouts.Seth Murphy, with two hits and three RBIs, led the Cobras as David Cifonelli had three hits and three runs scored. Wike, Matt Tarby and Dalton Damuth had two RBIs apiece.Grimes was able to play on Thursday and, like CBA did earlier in the week, bashed Hannibal, this one a 19-6 decision where, down 1-0 early, the Cobras scored three times in the third inning and then erupted for 12 runs in the top of the fourth.Patient at the plate, Grimes drew 14 walks and took advantage of eight Warriors errors. Damuth had three of those walks as he and Ben Rivett had three RBIs apiece, with Wike and Murphy both driving in two runs. Cifonelli scored four times as 10 different Grimes players had at least one RBI.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: BaseballBishop GrimesCBAF-M