Reading Torah Through Grief
Where is God when we are grieving after the bad things happen?
Engaging with difficult passages in the Torah requires sitting with complexity and tension.
The first curse described in this portion hinders our ability to listen — even to ourselves.
Why Shmita, the commandment to let Israel's farmland rest every seven years, is relevant even for today's urban Diaspora Jews.
We dwell on the land at God's pleasure, always on condition.
Jealousy can paralyze us and force us to define ourselves by another person's successes.
Your relationships with others can only be real if they rest on honest assumptions.
Letting go is hard work, but loosening our grip will ultimately make us feel freer.
Bechukotai: A resource for families.
Ten women bakers.