Tag: weddings

Why did(n’t) the Funeral Procession Cross the Road?

I brought my hand to my heart and took a deep breath. The voicemail was from David, at Levine’s Chapel in Brookline, MA, one of the most thoughtful funeral home directors I have the somewhat unusual privilege to know. As a rabbi, it is not unusual to get a call from a funeral home director;… Read more »

Reducing Waste By Reusing Flowers

ReVased, a subscription floral company, aims to reduce floral waste. We take flowers from events and elsewhere that would otherwise be thrown out, and upcycle them into new arrangements for your home or office. 

Four Things Rabbis Should Stop Saying at Weddings

Here we are, in the grip of another Wedding Season. Perhaps you’re a perpetual bridesmaid, or the one getting married, or you’re not particularly into marriage as a life choice for yourself. Maybe you’re going to a wedding every weekend until the end of time (or Labor Day). As we descend further into the madness… Read more »