Perceived Ethics of Nurses High, Clergy at All-Time Low

Perceived Ethics of Nurses High, Clergy at All-Time Low

A strong majority (81%) of U.S. adults rated the honesty and ethical standards of nurses as “high” or “very high,” according to a Gallup report published Jan. 12. While this is an eight-point drop from 2020, it is the highest percentage of all 22 professions surveyed...
COVID-19 Limbo: A Hellish Place for Clergy

COVID-19 Limbo: A Hellish Place for Clergy

We were so close to returning to what felt like normal activity just a few short weeks ago. We were returning to work, gathering for worship and removing our masks to reveal our smiles. Then, in what seemed like the blink of an eye, the Delta variant of COVID-19...
Why It’s Never Too Late for Healing

Why It’s Never Too Late for Healing

I was chatting with a new friend of my generation about the changing circumstances in which we live. I am a rabbi, though out of the congregational setting after more than 35 years, and he is a pediatrician. Each of us acknowledged that certain practices that were...