How much should you care?
The primacy of human life is a fundamental principle of Jewish law and a core value of Jewish tradition.
While fully aware of the corrosive effect of abuse by parents, rabbinic literature still encourages expressions of respect and honor for such parents.
The foundations of Jewish service learning.
Beliefs & Practices
This phrase with kabbalistic roots has come to connote social justice.
How insider trading and intellectual property theft are viewed.
The commandment to the priests to purify themselves of sin before God reminds us to hold our leaders accountable to act ethically.
The biblical text and the Rabbinic tradition provide the universal search for an ethical life with passion and some unique concepts.
Sages & Scholars
This influential 20th-century Jewish figure established his reputation first and foremost as an opponent of lashon hara, evil speech.
Like toothpaste, derogatory speech cannot be returned to the tube.
Jewish law demands that everyone have adequate and permanent housing.
A rabbi offers advice about how to perform the mitzvah of visiting the sick with wisdom, discretion, and sensitivity.