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June 28, 1985 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-28

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Friday, June 28, 1985 5

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

For all occasions
Nation-Wide
Delivery
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Correcting
Impressions

RODNICK BROS.

I wish to thank you for the arti-
cle on me, "Feminist and
Zionist," by Sandra Maurer, June
14th.
I must urgently, however,
make several corrections. Ms.
Maurer and I met for about half-
an-hour during Passover, hence
the emphasis on the Women's
Haggadah. She neglected to men-
tion the co-author, Nomi Nimrod,
or that it was being incorporated
into a collection of ceremonies,
`The Ceremonial Woman," which
I have performed.
As we talked about the origins
of ritual, the performing of the
Haggadah, I mentioned that we
are all radicals to our families as
we pursue our own paths. The ar-
ticle sounds like an attack on my
dear parents, Beatrice and Paul
Masserman, who are themselves
much more deserving of an arti-
cle — as long-time dwellers and
activists in Detroit — than I. And
my children also mentioned —
are not the necessary heirs to
every idea, every concept I have.
We are autonomous — they of
their time and their urgencies, I
of mine. So let that curious sen-
tence not be construed as my at-
tacking either my parents or my
progeny. It is connection and con-
tinuity — our gathering from our
past, our passing it on that is
what my work is about .. .
What I said most urgently,
perhaps, was my sorrow that
some of the spiritual guidance
available here in New York is not
there in Detroit. I spoke of the
necessity of the Havurah. I spoke
of St. John the Divine as a kind of
model which involved the young
in idealistic causes; aiding the
homeless, working at interna-
tional, inter-religious meetings
(Dean James Morton and I were
in the Sinai last March with 160
people of different faiths to create
sacred space, to hear each other's'
prayers and hopes), and that the
Cathedral — as it is called in
New York — has artists in resi-
dence to give it yet another di-
mension. I was wishing for that
level of concern, of involving of
the young by the synagogues in
Detroit. It is an antidote to the
present, heavy times in which we
dwell.

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