Monthly Archives: November 2012

A Bissel to Nibble # 5 of 5773

A Short Shabbat Reflection from the Weekly Torah Portion by Rabbi Mark Melamut *Bissel: (bis-sel) Yiddish.  Meaning: “a little.” “Give me a bissel lox on my bagel, would you, darling?” A biselleh is even less. (www.bubbygram.com) Parshat Va’yishlach (Genesis 32:4-36:43) Though it’s generally good to be together with … Continue reading

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Jewish Thanksgiving?

From Rabbi Mark Melamut “A Seder for Thanksgiving” for you, your family and friends. Please follow this  link. What are you thankful for at this season? In what ways can you give, give differently or give more? Happy Thanksgiving Rabbi … Continue reading

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A Bissel to Nibble #4 of 5773

A Short Shabbat Reflection from the Weekly Torah Portion by Rabbi Mark Melamut *Bissel: (bis-sel) Yiddish.  Meaning: “a little.” “Give me a bissel lox on my bagel, would you, darling?” A biselleh is even less. (www.bubbygram.com) Parshat Toldot (Genesis 25:19 – 28:9) In our lives we face … Continue reading

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In Memoriam Erna Gruschka

Erna (Ehrlich) Gruschka – March 1, 1934 – November 9, 2012 Beloved wife of Guenter Gruschka for almost 52 years; loving mother of Ralph (Myra) Gruschka and Cathy Gruschka (Dave Zielinski); adoring grandmother of Karen, Mark and Amy Gruschka; dear … Continue reading

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A Bissel to Nibble #3 of 5773

A Short Shabbat Reflection from the Weekly Torah Portion by Rabbi Mark Melamut *Bissel: (bis-sel) Yiddish.  Meaning: “a little.” “Give me a bissel lox on my bagel, would you, darling?” A biselleh is even less. (www.bubbygram.com) Parshat  Hayyei Sarah (Genesis 23:1 – 25:18) In becoming betrothed to Rebekah, … Continue reading

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A Bissel to Nibble #2 of 5773

A short shabbat reflection from the weekly Torah portion by Rabbi Mark Melamut *Bissel: (bis-sel) Yiddish.  Meaning: “a little.” “Give me a bissel lox on my bagel, would you, darling?” A biselleh is even less. (www.bubbygram.com) Parshat Va-yera (Genesis 18:1-22:24) During the heat of the … Continue reading

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