Processing Tragedy with Rabbi Barry Cohen
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Host Rockne Roll talks with Portland's Jewish Community Chaplain, Rabbi Barry Cohen, about how loss and tragedy affects us and the importance of community and hope in difficult times. Rabbi Cohen's recent columns in The Jewish Review: "A time to embrace nuance" - from the Nov. 1, 2023 issue: https://jewishportland.org/jewishreview/jr-stories/embrace-nuance "An antidote to spiritual fatigue" from the Nov. 15, 2023 issue: https://jewishportland.org/jewishreview/jr-stories/an-antidote-to-spiritual-fatigue The Jewish Review's profile of Rabbi Cohen's work in Portland's Jewish Community, "Being present with people," published Oct. 4, 2023: https://jewishportland.org/jewishreview/jr-stories/being-present-with-people
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