Another Double Weekly Review


On My Blog

Fishing for Ideas

Sad but Beautiful and Thought-Provoking, a film review

The Latest Gadget

Student Disciplinary Hearing

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

Shabbat Shalom!

6 thoughts on “Another Double Weekly Review

  1. 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.

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