On My Blog
Sad but Beautiful and Thought-Provoking, a film review
– Fish Loaf
– Tofu Burgers
Elsewhere in the JBlogosphere
Talmudic Insight on the Environment, a blog post by Ian Pear – rabbi and founder of Shir Hadash
Rayna Eliana reviews My Story, by Hadassah Rosensaft
Leora has a question: Stranded on Desert Island Question
Thinking to be Thoughtful: Thoughts on Parashat Terumah by Rabbi Marc D.Angel
The Kashrut of Being Extra Kosher, a blog post by Rabbi Alan Yuter
Where are the Women in the Global Future Discourse? Special Report from the World Economic Forum by Rabbi Shmuly Yanklowitz
I’m wondering what prompted Rabbi S. Yanklowitz to write this about women? I’m not sure it’s always a good idea to put quotas on an event to get more of some group.
Last night, the head of my daughter’s dance school introduced one of the dance teachers as a graduate student in economics. Smart woman, she said!
I love the red lanterns! And the whole composition of that friendly photo. Shabbat Shalom.
I am not in favor of quotas either but I just wanted to point out – through this post – the lack of women at the very top. I was also impressed that such a young rabbi as Rabbi S. Yanklowitz had been invited to Davos.
Thank for your complimentary words about the photo. I like it too.
I love the photo and the perspective…love the festive atmosphere it conveys.
I will check out your other links from other bloggers.
Thank you for my link.
Hope you enjoyed what you read.
As always the week in review is perfect reading material. But that photo? A-MA-ZING!! Shabbat Shalom, lady!
Thanks for your kind words about the photo. I took it a year ago in Hong Kong.