Nov 11, 2019
I sat down with Nora and Rabbi Tarlow to have a conversation about faith and life; honestly I was so very surprised by this conversation with the questions it left me wanting to ask afterwards.
Nora Speakman lives to remind others that they are at their most authentic essence and to provide them a pathway and courage to live that out. She lives a life of transformation knowing that it is a lifetime process. She is the author of What Does Your Heart Beat For and currently is writing Because Small Things Matter and Jesus Was A Guy I Knew. She also hosts the Re-tell Your Story Podcast
Rabbi Tarlow was the director and rabbi of Texas A&M Hillel for thirty years. Tarlow retired on July 1, 2013, becoming its Rabbi Emeritus. Tarlow came to Texas A&M Hillel from Santiago, Chile and upon retirement he assumed the leadership of the Center for Latino – Jewish Relations. Tarlow writes a weekly bilingual social religious commentary that is read throughout the United States and Latin American and he also writes a monthly philosophy column for the Bryan Eagle. Tarlow has been a chaplain for the College Station police department since 1988 and has worked with the Bryan (Texas) Federal Prison Camp since 1987.
Music this week by the Silver Chair
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