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October 27, 1989 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-27

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These Texans
Get The Holiday

New York (JTA) — Neither
rain nor snow nor heat nor
gloom of night would stay
these Texan couriers from
celebrating the Rosh
Hashanah holiday.
So when two Jewish postal
workers were refused time
off from their jobs to
celebrate the High Holidays,
they took their grievance to
court.
Karen Levy, a part-time
mail sorter from Galveston,
and Lawrence Weiser, a
mail distribution clerk from
Texas City, went to court on
Sept. 28.
The two complained that
the U.S. Postal Service was
in violation of anti-
discrimination laws, and
sought a restraining order to
allow them access to the
weekend services.
Eventually, a settlement
was arranged out of court,
and in time for Erev Rosh
Hashanah.

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have to face in America: how
to balance the irresistible
power of Jewish symbols with
a left-wing political agenda.
Jewish tradition views the
land of Israel as a sacred uni-
ty, almost as a living
organism. Israel's right wing
has declared the land in-
divisible. Says Rabbi Weiman-
Kelman: "As a religious
Zionist I see it as my job to
reclaim these symbols (from
the right wing), to find out
how we can talk about the
sanctity of the land of Israel
and still talk about a two-
state solution" to the Israeli-
Palestinian conflict.
This struggle for synthesis
is one of the creative
byproducts of the counter-
culture approach. Despite its
traps and pitfalls, the New
Age view of Judaism offers its
seekers and practitioners a
higher sense of what it means
to be a Jew, how to approach
God, and how to wrap into a
multi-hued tallit the vivid
colors of a Jewish peasant in
Israel and the rich cloth of the
Jewish past.
Mystics feel these things
most intimately on Shabbat,
that sanctuary in time.
"When I dance around the
table on Shabbat," Rabbi
Silberschein says, "I'm
everywhere I ever was on
Shabbat from age 12 to 35.
I'm dancing with my grand-
father in the United States
who is wheelchair-bound.
And with my father, who has
been dead a long, long time,
I'm dancing, too." ❑

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