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Lawson felt she could do this more effectively if she had the title “rabbi,” and she wanted to raise awareness of racial and ethnic diversity in the Jewish community.
Lown was born Boruch Latz on June 7, 1921, in Utena, Lithuania, where a grandfather was a rabbi.
Lasry explained that his wife’s uncle, a rabbi at a Milwaukee senior-living center, had called her about having extra, unused doses of the vaccine.
“There are times we will look at someone eating alone in a restaurant and we feel like we can’t go on,” says Susan Silverman, a rabbi in Israel and one of three older sisters.
Still, by their very history, some rabbis deliver a powerful message.
No rabbi has ever been an official chaplain, a paid job that comes with an office and staff.
When she said she wanted to be a rabbi, her mother was worried.
And Peter calling to remembrance saith unto him, "Rabbi, behold the fig tree which thou cursedst is withered away."
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Rabbi Gamaliel ordered his servant Tobi to bring something good from the market, and he brought a tongue.
The Rabbi Effendi had approached the river from a different direction, and that some years before.

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