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  • The Presidential election of 2020 has now concluded. The time for love and peace has begun. Ecclesiastes teaches in its balanced wisdom, “there is a time to love and a time to hate, a time for war and a time for peace.
  • In the early 1980s when Palm Beach County had a human relations board I served a term as chairman. My vice chair was Dr. B. Carleton Bryant, an outspoken Black man who was an educator at then Palm Beach Community College.
  • Recently I participated in a Zoom series taught by two Juilliard-trained pianists, Louis Nagel, retired professor of piano at the University of Michigan and Julie Nagel, also a psychoanalyst, exploring the interaction of music and emotions.
  • When observing Hanukkah in 2020, the most comforting way to celebrate the Festival of Lights in our darkened pandemic world is to honor and remember the special people in our lives.
  • Recently, 7,500 attended the wedding of a grandchild of the Satmar rebbe. I try to rationalize how thousands without masks could gather for a wedding in the midst of a pandemic.
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