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From the other side of the bench By David Seidemann Issue of August 29, 2008 The melodies are haunting — evoking feelings first experienced in the Holy Temple thousands of years ago. … more
Going for the gold By David Seidemann Issue of August 22, 2008 Once every two years, the nations of the world are supposed to lay down their arms, cease all military conflicts, and unite … more
Advice worth following By David Seidemann Issue of August 15, 2008 I'm not sure which is worse - giving advice when you're not asked to or failing to ask advice when one could really benefit … more
Turbulence in our lives By David Seidemann My flight back from points South last week was uneventful, if you don’t count the first 30 seconds or so. Immediately upon takeoff, we … more
Revisiting the past by David Seidemann A few weeks ago, I wrote an article about my illustrious career as a little league catcher; the point of it was to encourage us all to revive that one … more
Affecting fate By David Seidemann Exactly how hard should I try? When does human effort end and divine effort begin? If G-d is all-knowing and a leaf doesn’t turn over in the wind without … more
Killing to live By David Seidemann Any time. Any day. In a heartbeat I would gladly swap 400 to 500, even 600 of the enemy alive, for one or two dead Israeli soldiers. And I’d free a thousand … more
A spiritual high By David Seidemann Fame and fortune have finally arrived. I entered a restaurant on Father’s Day, wife and kids in tow, and was greeted by a maitre de of sorts. “Do you … more
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