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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: Walking Together

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When we walk with each other, show up and fall in step, we stand on the shoulders of angels, transforming into God’s messengers, adding holiness to a fractured world.

A Bisl Torah: After the Storm

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Be aware of the hailstorms created with even one block of ice.

A Bisl Torah: More Fun Than You Can Handle

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This is your moment to grasp. Don’t miss a single second.

A Bisl Torah: She’s Got Your Back

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May our children learn to catch someone when they fall. And may they learn from us, noticing our extended reach.

A Bisl Torah: A Habit Worth Forming

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The more we habituate words of self-affirmation, the more we might start believing them.

A Bisl Torah: The Child Becomes the Teacher

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Our tradition teaches us that a child grows not out of fear. Rather, a child grows through a foundation of love. 

A Bisl Torah: As the Masks Come Off

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It is extraordinary to watch California reopen.

A Bisl Torah: Making Time

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“Making time” is a somewhat egotistical human concept.

A Bisl Torah: Graduating

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Graduation does not mean forgetting. There is no forgetting the year that has transpired.

A Bisl Torah: Grow Up and Grow Wings

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There’s a butterfly waiting to emerge from every cocoon.

A Bisl Torah: Cowering Under the Covers

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We will unabashedly walk through the streets of Los Angeles and take pride as staunch supporters of the Jewish people and the State of Israel.

A Bisl Torah — More than Enough

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Enough hiding behind uneducated social media celebrity influencers who have already moved on to the next trendy topic.

A Bisl Torah — Etchings of Your Heart

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Notice the etchings of your heart. Remember how your story is shaped: letting memories build the foundation of your spirit.

A Bisl Torah — Lack of Perception

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Check your blind spot. Be open to what you might see; be considerate of what you might learn.

A Bisl Torah — Selectively Silent

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Whether a brief pause, listening ear or stunned period of absolute stillness, silence is often the wisest choice.

A Bisl Torah — Happy Birthday to Israel

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Shakshuka is the perfect metaphor for Eretz Yisrael. A bold country, filled with a glorious tapestry of opinions, religions, cultures, voices, and traditions.

A Bisl Torah — Stop Worrying

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Everyone wants to find the quick fix in pushing past worry and pushing towards purpose.

A Bisl Torah — Training Wheels

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We often forget that the season of Pesach is considered a Jewish New Year.

A Bisl Passover

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We often forget that the season of Pesach is considered a Jewish New Year.

A Bisl Torah — Elijah and the Tooth Fairy

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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 — Hide n’ Seek

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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 — 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?
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