By Sandy Cardin
Engage with those with whom you disagree — it’s the Jewish way
I had no idea writing a short piece about persuasion would prove so challenging. How tough can it be, I thought, to share my thoughts on helping others embrace an idea using facts, logic and passion. Indeed, I mused, is there any other acceptable way to convince someone of a new perspective? Not bribery. Not…
A Birthright in Mumbai
On a recent month-long trip to India, we saw the expected: saris and kurtas of every color and design, magnificent Hindu and Buddhist temples, snow-capped Himalayan peaks and — of course — the breathtaking Taj Mahal. We also witnessed something totally unanticipated and completely improbable: the rejuvenation of Jewish life in India, a transformation due in…
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