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Weekly Davar - Chukas: Trusting people produces better results

26th June 2014 | 28th of Sivan, 5774

GOOD MORNING!! I’m off to Israel today for our grandson’s -that sounds weird, but lovely- circumcision. If anyone is around it’s at 8.45am Friday morning at Reuben’s, 6 Agassi, Har Nof, Jerusalem. We would love to see you there. What a blessing to be a grandpa :). And as someone said to me, ‘grandchildren don’t make you old; they keep you young’! 

I know this is very late notice, but...we have 2 extra spaces on the British 10k London run. It’s a gorgeous run through Central London alongside 25,000 other people on July 13th. If you are open to running, and getting some sponsorship for Tikun, I would be very, very, very grateful!

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Weekly Davar - Korach: The 3 reasons why people are wealthy

 19th June 2014 | 21st of Sivan, 5774

Good Afternoon!! If you couldn’t make it to my Wolf of Wall Street talk, you can watch it here. We have an organic minyan (Synagogue service) this Saturday at Tikun starting at 9.30am. We shorten the service, explain as we go along and endeavour to create a fulfilling spiritual experience. Please do join us if you are able. Click here for more info

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Weekly Davar - Shlach: Allowing people to make mistakes

Good Afternoon!! With the world cup beginning this evening, I thought I’d share my favourite football joke. A man is at the world cup final and next to him is an empty seat. He cannot believe it. At half time, he turns to the person on the other side of the seat and asks if she knows whose seat it is. She responds that it belongs to her husband. Why on earth would he have missed the world cup final, he asks? She responds the unfortunately he has passed away. Such a shame, he says. But surely someone else would want the seat? A brother, a son, an uncle, a friend? Yes, responds the woman, I would have thought the same – but for some strange reason they all wanted to attend the funeral instead.

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