A prayer shawl purchased in an African refugee camp is a reminder of those at the fringes that compel our moral responsibility.
The metal that never tarnishes is a symbol of spiritual constancy.
In the face of tragedy, is there a place for thoughts and prayers?
On Passover we express gratitude for the redemption we have and hope for the one still to come.
What are the most important rules for living justly and peacefully today?
Fire is a symbol of persistence and faith, but the embers must be tended.
While Jacob blesses all of his grandchildren at the end of his life, he singles out two in particular as worthy of emulation.
Is it better to act out of volition or obligation?
Leaning into the hard parts of Jewish tradition.
Most of us spend our lives searching for God's presence in the world, hoping to catch a glimpse.
Where can we today find respite as the ancient Hebrew did at the springs of Elim?
Ironically, the festival of freedom is the holiday that requires the most preparation.
The Passover seder should be an act of disruption that transforms us.
Remembering is a central tenet of Judaism. So is forgetting.
The inversion of expectations, so central to the Purim story, can be both thrilling and confining.