President's Message May 2004
As we enter the spring, change is all around us. From the crocuses peeking
the buds through the snow, to the pansies, tulips, hyacinths and the
early spring bloomers, they are here to remind us that things are always
in a state of change. Some people love change, but most of us seem to
be creatures of habit. We love it when shoes gets comfortable, and enjoy
wearing them that way.
In our temple life, as some things stay the same, so must other things
change. Hopefully, as we bring in some changes into the JCNWJ, we remember
what is great about this congregation, and attempt to enhance the lives
of all of us. As I begin talking about change, I want to start with
something that will not be changing, and that is our Rabbi. Other changes
are being planned, none of which should do anything but improve the
quality of our temple life.
As always, I am thoroughly enjoying my role as President and I hope
that if you have any questions, concerns, suggestions, ideas or anything
else you would like to talk about, I am a phone call away. Do not hesitate
to call me. I am here to act as your agent to make things better.