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Rabbi Nicole Guzik

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Rabbi Nicole Guzik is a rabbi at Sinai Temple. She can be reached at her Facebook page at Rabbi Nicole Guzik.

A Bisl Torah — Planting a Seed

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One year ago, I was comparing the plagues of the Passover story to the plague of Covid-19.

A Bisl Torah — Strength in a Cookie

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We continued our annual tradition of baking hamantaschen.

A Bisl Torah — Pocket Torah

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In the secular world, this weekend brings in a holiday known for love.

A Bisl Torah — Let Love In

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In the secular world, this weekend brings in a holiday known for love.

A Bisl Torah — A Time for Laughter

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Clergy note the coinciding of International Holocaust Remembrance Day and Tu Bishvat, the holiday celebrating the “new year” of the trees.

A Bisl Torah — The Cries of the Trees

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Clergy note the coinciding of International Holocaust Remembrance Day and Tu Bishvat, the holiday celebrating the “new year” of the trees.

A Bisl Torah — What Defines You?

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In watching the inauguration, so many of us were captivated by Amanda Gorman, the youngest inaugural poet in U.S. History.

A Bisl Torah — Are You There, God?

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Across the globe, it feels as if we are treading water.

A Bisl Torah — Teach Your Children

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As a collective society blessed to live in this beautiful country, what are we teaching our children?

A Bisl Torah for the New Year

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How do you start over in a world that looks so very upside down?

Just One Prayer

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My inbox is flooded with people searching for hope: those that are physically ill, the bereft and mourning, some lonely with distancing getting harder and harder.

A Covid Birthday

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Today, my daughter turns 9 years old.

A Bisl Hanukkah

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Please enjoy this special Hanukkah message.

What Do We Need?

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My mom and I began to discuss Thanksgiving, a favorite holiday among the Guzik family. Usually, the dining room is bursting with relatives, new...

Shameful Acts

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As I have watched the election unfold, I have done exactly what I vowed not to do: scroll through Facebook and Instagram. And while...

Those Shtiebel Moments

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A dear congregant gifted me a beautiful memoir about her father growing up in Poland during the Shoah. Prior to the onset of the...

Taco Tuesday

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Our family members went around the table to discuss their favorite Jewish holidays. I love Sukkot. Our older children gave solid explanations for Hanukkah...

Is the Roof Falling In?

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My husband, Rabbi Erez Sherman, and I developed a new routine upon entering and sitting in our sukkah. We look around, sideways and, eventually,...

Same Sukkah, Big Changes

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Years ago, we inherited a beautiful sukkah from our good friends Cantor Arianne Brown and Rabbi Randall Brown. Next, we shared the sukkah with...

Ellipsis of a Lifetime

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In speaking about relationships, my professor remarked, “With every first hello, there is an impending goodbye.” Meaning that with each birth, new connection, endeavor...

Thanks for Listening

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May this High Holy Days season be one of meaningful prayer, engaging lessons, poignant revelation and strong connections.

A 6 A.M. Wake-Up Call

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Our family is in possession of an abundance of shofarot. Many, many shofars. During quarantine, our children took up chess, learned to swim and,...

To Our Teachers

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Some superheroes wear capes and fly through the sky. Other superheroes manage classes of anxious, excited and confused students during a worldwide pandemic. This...

The Missing Piece

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Some people lose socks in the laundry. Others constantly lose their spare key. My family can’t seem to assemble a complete puzzle. No matter...

Dream a Little Dream

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Right now, many of us are looking for a little hope. Share your dream so that someone else can find theirs.

Birthday in Quarantine

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Five months ago, I never would have imagined celebrating a birthday during a pandemic. Five months ago, I never would have imagined planning for...

Love in the Time of Pandemic

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This pandemic has nothing in the face of true love. Not by COVID-19, not by quarantine, not by masks, not by an abundance of hand sanitizer.

Cherish the Small Comforts that Bring Your Joy in an Unsettled World

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But to brace ourselves for the ongoing struggle, we must find those comforts that nourish, replenish and restore. 

Shielding the Pain

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Sometimes the world is difficult. Sometimes we want to cry. Sometimes we just don’t know the answers.

An Open Letter to Jewish Parents About ‘Opting Out’

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 A real community is one that upholds those who have fallen. A true community exists even when times are difficult and scary.
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