Reading Torah Through Grief
This week’s Torah reading is a double portion composed of Achrei Mot (“After the Death” ) and Kedoshim (“Holiness”). The ...
The imperative to “be holy” is about more than just abstention.
Holiness and secrecy are intricately enmeshed in the Torah.
Though it may be hard to see at times, we all have abundant blessings, and even a surplus, if only we could notice it.
This week's text connects food to the idea of holiness, which leads us to ask: What is holy about food?
When we bear a grudge or take revenge, we do not allow other people to say they are sorry and fix their mistakes.
Achrei Mot: A resource for families.
Kedoshim: A resource for families.
Assumptions in Leviticus 18 are in some cases abhorrent to contemporary sensibilities.
Parashat Kedoshim teaches us the ways to be holy. But do women have a different understanding of what holiness is?