Seidemann
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After months of urging by my wife, I finally made an appointment with an ENT to have my hearing checked. My wife figured that since I wasn’t listening to her I must not have been hearing her in … more
From the other side of the bench By David Seidemann Issue of Jan. 23, 2009 / 27 Tevet 5769 Did you ever wonder why the heart and the mind are concealed while the hands are exposed? In my … more
From the other side of the bench By David Seidemann Issue of June 11, 2010/ 29 Sivan 5770Occasionally, the times demand that you go it alone. That is called courage. Courage is a soldier … more
By David Seidemann Issue of Oct. 17, 2008 The number seven represents nature in Judaism, and the ultimate that man can achieve in its realm. At the conclusion of every cycle of seven, days or … more
From the other side of the bench By David Seidemann Issue of May 8, 2009 / 14 Iyar 5769 It’s not for mortal man to view what happens to another and opine as to whether he or she … 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
From the other side of the bench By David Seidemann Issue of Jan. 30, 2009 / 5 Shevat 5769 When my father was four, a Jew in Germany could not walk the streets with ease. When I was four, … more
From the other side of the bench By David Seidemann Issue of August 14, 2009 / 24 Av 5769 By now everyone is familiar with the "cash for clunkers" program administered by the government of … 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
From the other side of the bench by David Seidemann Issue of November 27 2009/ 10 Cheshvan 5770  Let me make this as clear and simple as possible. If an armed gunman enters a liquor … more
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