Dear Rabbi Miller,
You educated me in ReJEWvenation classes and through your sermons.
You answered my questions and shared your thoughts. You were compassionate when I was sad and shared my happiness.
You were a teacher to my son David.
I was proud when you met and responded to former Governor Bently words, “only Christians are his brothers and sisters…..” You stood up for people of all faiths.
Numerous times you called me in Colorado while I was taking care of my beloved mom and dad. You said prayers.
August 2014, you honored and humbled me when you asked me to share my words with the congregation on Dvar Torah Yom Kippur. I was nervous. I remember you told me to “just use your own words.” I did. I spoke about the choices I made while caring for my beloved parents I had an out of body experience when I spoke that day. When I began to speak, the Temple lights were dim in my eyes. I felt like I was floating down the center aisle. And I was very calm. I know my mom and dad were with me.
I asked you about Eli Pinhas before I dated him. You told me he was a good person and gave a thumbs up. October of this year, we will celebrate 15 years of togetherness!
Thank you for sharing your life with us. I wish you and your family good health and a wealth of happiness.