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We carry fond memories in our hearts of the times we listened to sermons or attended programs led by our late Rabbi Emeritus, Joshua O. Haberman.
Recently, we captured several of his lectures and discussions on video. As we honor the memory of Rabbi Haberman, we are grateful to be able to share his insight and wisdom via these recordings.
For 17 years, Senior Rabbi Emeritus Joshua O. Haberman joined us annually at Yom Kippur to share his wisdom. In 2016, for his final Yom Kippur Study Session, over 700 people filled Irwin & Ginny Edlavitch Hall to hear him talk on “What Makes Life Worth Living?”
In October 2015, Rabbi Haberman and his wife Maxine spoke at an EmptyNesters mini-retreat. Their topic was “Is There Anything Good About Aging,” and they explored the answer to this question with anecdotes of their long life together. This session was a piece of history. Between them, Rabbi and Maxine had more than 188 years of life experiences and wisdom. They had seen so much of Jewish, Israeli, and American life and generously shared their story.
May the memory of Rabbi Joshua O. Haberman be a blessing.
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