4 Articles You Should Read about CORONA and JUDAISM

Updated: Mar 22

1. "God is Not in Quarantine" - Rabbi Efrem Goldberg

"These acts of kindness, this attitude of cooperation and collaboration, these gestures of selflessness are indeed expressions of Godliness, come from the spirit of God that is found within each and every one of us.You’ll be posting loads of engaging content, so be sure to keep your blog organized with Categories that also allow visitors to explore more of what interests them."

2. "Passover and Corona: A Message of Hope" - Slovie Jungreis-Wolff

This one germ has spread throughout the world and created havoc. Imagine how one good word, one good deed could spread throughout the world and counter the devastation. Your light could spread from one person to another, and on and on. The antidote to destruction is creation. Create goodness. Be a blessing.

3. "God and the Coronavirus" - Rabbi Benjamin Blech

Perhaps we need to consider the world’s present affliction not just in the context of a disease caused by pathogens but as a divine message reminding us that we have been given our lives to invest them with meaning and virtue

4. "Finding Meaning Amidst the Coronavirus Panic" - Bob Diener, Founder of Hotels.Com

"Yes, it's nice to have possessions and have the funds to take vacations and buy what we want. There is nothing wrong with acquiring wealth as long as we did it ethically and use this wealth to improve the world around us. Now is the time to think about whether we are making best use of the talents and assets we have."

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