The tension in defining boundaries between religious and secular life and practice remains with us millennia after Jason the high priest built a contentious gymnasium in Jerusalem.1 comments
Rabbi Yehoshua Looks made aliya with his family in 1996. In Israel, using the acumen learned at Harvard Business School and over twenty years of senior management experience in the United States, he has devoted his energies to working at and consulting to non-profit organizations. With shared loves for Jewish learning, music, and art, Yehoshua and his wife, Debbie, along with their two adopted street cats, live in the Rehavia neighborhood of Jerusalem.
Yehoshua Looks is a contributing blogger for Haaretz Jewish World.