RealTime February 2008
Josh Sofaer Shaun Buchhalter Print : Read View the broadside we were handing out at the New York Giants Super Bowl Victory Parade.”
This year I was invited to attend the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington D.C. Praying with the president of the United States sounded like a unique opportunity, so I went.
Tikkun Olam” is a common Hebrew phrase used by Jewish people. Tikkun conveys the idea of repairing, and olam means world. Tikkun Olam is therefore a shared commitment to making the world a better place.
Kenneth R. Heyman, president of the United Jewish Communities of MetroWest New Jersey, reflected earlier this month on two American holidays from a Jewish perspective: