Rabbis Without Borders
Merkaz Karama, a communal space, using one word from Hebrew and one from Arabic that together translate as Dignity Center
Flashback to 2009, when my middle son was 5 years old: “Tell me a story,” he asked. Not, read me ...
This post is for anyone who finds waiting to be a challenge – meaning most everyone.
This is a new series featuring the incredible work of some of the most groundbreaking rabbis in the Jewish world.
Rule #1: ALWAYS be polite...
Teaching to struggle is much harder than teaching to love.
I was a little anxious about having a “Pesadic” experience in Hawaii
The description of a divine revelation complete with smoke, fire, and quakes has a parallel in nature
“My desire to be well-informed is currently at odds with my desire to remain sane.” That caption from a New ...
How can I be a good friend, a good rabbi, a good parent or leader, or even a source of emotional support to someone unless I put that person first?