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Posts tagged ‘Thought for the day’

Tftd: Janner-Klausner 8/8/2017

this morning (tuesday 8th), 7.49-7.52am, on bbc radio 4
thought for the day, by rabbi laura janner-klausner

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(if you missed it, available, soon with transcript, at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00szxv6)

Tftd: Sacks 28/7/2017

(for some reason, this has been removed from the general index at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00szxv6/clips)

this morning (friday 28th), 7.47-7.50am, on bbc radio 4
thought for the day, by former chief rabbi lord sacks

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(if you missed it, available, soon with transcript, at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p059xbj9)

Tftd: Brawer 21/7/2017

this morning (friday 21st), 7.48-7.51am, on bbc radio 4
thought for the day, by rabbi naftali brawer

“All we have is a perfect moment within the infinitude of time, this moment is ours to celebrate and savour, like a perfect macchiato.”

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Tftd: Brawer 14/7/2017

this morning (friday 14th), 7.45-7.48am, on bbc radio 4
thought for the day, by rabbi naftali brawer

Charlie Gard: in a world filled with so much hatred, what underlies this agonising dilemma is excruciating love

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P4t: Sacks 28/6/2017

last wednesday morning (28th june), 7.47-7.50am, on bbc radio 4
thought for the day, by former chief rabbi lord sacks

“And then I thought back to the history of my own faith and I wondered, what was it about Judaism that allowed my ancestors to keep going through centuries of uncertainty, never knowing when the next expulsion or persecution would happen, or whether the friends of today would become the enemies of tomorrow. What is it about a faith that gives a people the courage to manage change?

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Tftd: Sacks 19/5/2017

this morning (friday 19th), 7.48-7.51am, on bbc radio 4
thought for the day, by former chief rabbi lord sacks

“Never forget that we, so small, are blessed to be part of a universe so great.”

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Tftd: Sacks 12/5/2017

this morning (friday 12th), 7.50-7.53am, on bbc radio 4
thought for the day, by former chief rabbi lord sacks

“… absolutely shocking and a profound indictment of our society that elderly married couples are being split and separated against their will when one or both has to move into a care home.
Togetherness is good for the body, not just the soul. The Bible puts it simply: ‘Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me’. We can face the future without fear when we know we will not face it alone.”

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