Rabbis Without Borders
70 years ago, religion was America’s heart. Church gave spiritual significance, social responsibility, and a sense of community to the average American, serving ...
Is the Tanakh anthropocentric? Well, sure! It’s mostly about people. It starts with creation, then narrows its focus to humanity, ...
Southern & Jewish
Saying something Jewish in 17 syllables
Here in Israel-Palestine, religion is certainly one of the sources of conflict between us, and religious holidays often provide the ...
I am contemplating my mortality. After five years of good health, I hear those dreaded words once again: breast cancer. ...
The Jewish symbols are subtle but strong, if you know where to look.
Even small habits can have big meaning
We all need a little recognition.
A reflective reading for Passover
(Reflections and a recipe for Pimento Cheese Hamentaschen)
One of my absolute favorite Jewish expressions is found in one of the most outlandish stories in the Talmud (collection of commentaries ...
An unexpected thrift store find
Driving gives me time for podcasts and perspective
How the pandemic gave me time to find my family’s stories
Surprising connections about what sacrifice really means