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More and more people in our time are disconnected from religious institutions, at least for part of their lives. Others are religious and find themselves creating a family with a spouse from another tradition or no tradition at all. And the experience of parenting tends to raise spiritual questions anew. We sense that there is a spiritual aspect to our children's natures and wonder how to support and nurture that. The spiritual life, our guest says, begins not in abstractions, but in concrete everyday experiences. And children need our questions as much as our answers.

This female rabbi will challenge your stereotypes of people with tattoos. A guest report from Robyn Carolyn Price of USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism.

Rabbi Sharon BrousEarlier this week, I wrote about a photograph of a Lubavitch assembly.

A poignant tale of Rabbi Heschel handling discrimination with humor and humanity.

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