A Message from our Cantor
Major life events are stressful. This is one of those facts that our own experience has verified independently of the various scientific studies attesting to it. Interestingly enough, it almost doesn't matter whether the triggering event is a positive or negative one. Included on the list of events that can result in stress are marriage, addition to the family, outstanding personal achievement and vacation. Most of us are likely familiar with the sensation of needing a vacation to unwind from our vacation. It is almost as though these life events represent, to one degree or another, a major step for us. We are not always ready to acclimate to the change as quickly as it takes effect. We need an adjustment period..
A Message from our President
I am getting excited about the Schwartz Kallah/Waldman Lecture extended weekend. What a wonderful experience to have a world reknown artist Mordechai Rosenstein spending 4 days with our temple members. Please make your reservation (315-724-4177) for Saturday night’s wine and cheese when you can actually work with the artist to create your own painting. Check out the schedule in this issue of the Temple Times.
A Message from our Executive Director
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