Rabbis Without Borders

Make America Great—Finally

I am a white Jew and a woman. The white supremacists who marched in Charlottesville, VA over the weekend with ...

A Test from God

Remember the source of our wealth

A Very Important Thank You

Thank you. Thank you, thank you, thank you. I can’t say it enough


Responding to the winds of change around us rather than simply being buffeted by them

Occupier and Occupied

At the front lines of trying to build Israeli-Palestinian peace.

Judaism’s Three Rs for the 21st Century

Today's spiritual focus must be to cultivate collective human potential amidst increasing diversity and galloping social, political and environmental change.

Some Endings Lead to Beginnings

Like many synagogues across the country, Temple Emanu-El went quickly from being a vibrant Jewish community to having no possibility of maintaining financial stability and therefore needed to close its doors.

I’ll Tell You What You Need to Do

Why would they stand and hold signs that say ‘We refuse to be enemies’ when every day they are treated by our authorities like less-than-human enemies? 

Falling in Love in Jerusalem

Like many great love affairs, time and the business of life eroded the fabric that bound us together.

Humans are Just Bigger Cats (or Smaller Elephants)

There's a surprising regularity connecting the size, speed, and lifespan of not just animals, but cities and organizations, as well