Where’s the Rabbi?

I apologise for the dearth of new content here. My work schedule and my immune system seem to be conspiring to keep me away from the blog. I look forward to resuming soon.

In the meantime I invite you to search for the many Passover articles on the archives. All you have to do is type “Passover” into the search box and a library of articles will appear!

I will be back soon.

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Rabbi Ruth Adar is a teaching rabbi in San Leandro, CA. She has many hats: rabbi, granny, and ham radio operator K6RAV. She blogs at http://coffeeshoprabbi.com/ and teaches at Jewish Gateways in Albany, CA.

21 thoughts on “Where’s the Rabbi?”

  1. Refuah shlema and be kind to you. I’m inspired by your words, but to continue at cost of your own health is not necessary. We’ll be here when you are ready. Chag pesach kasher vsameach­čśŐ

  2. Refuah sh’leimah and chag sameach L Pesach. We ate thinking of you and hope it will be better soon.

    1. “Are”, not ate. Must be all that soup and matzah balls I am preparing this week.

  3. Just found my intro to the seder notes that I revised last year, after reading your blog about explaining seder to non-Jewish friends. My notes include a nod to you, Leah Berkowitz, and Rebecca Reice….three very special rabbis in my life.

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