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He had returned from eight years as a clinician at a hospital in Israel, where he also had served as an officer in the Israel Defense Forces.
He had to get used to life as a temple leader again.
He is particularly thrilled with Rabbi David Mark, the rabbi of the progressive egalitarian Conservative congregation who leads the weekly discussion group with a playful sense of humor. It wasn't just the way his green eyes sparkled when he greeted you with that big, welcoming smile that people recalled.
"It is very enjoyable to have this quality of a modern rabbi," Dan said. Nor was it the bright red crop of hair that framed his ruddy face, or the musical lilt of his soft Irish brogue as he delivered a prayer or blessing.
" Added temple board member Malcolm Black: "Cantor Hesh has a unique gift, through his wonderful voice, to chant the prayers that spiritually uplift our congregation in a way they have never experienced before.
For Morris Dan of Margate, the Wednesday Night Jewish Current Events Discussion Group at The Jewish Center at Temple Sholom of Pompano Beach is something he looks forward to every week.
Temple Sholom has taken up the arms of prayer as its response to the war in Iraq. Tuesday at the David Posnack Jewish Community Center in Davie.