Weekly musings about Jewish texts and thoughts from Rabbi David Wolpe of Sinai Temple.
Rabbi Wolpe's Musings
Judaism teaches us to learn from our enemies.
Practicing a vision of merit in others can change us.
The Bible seeks to guide us to live well, but is animated by a belief in something greater than this world.
After 30 years, Rabbi David Wolpe shares his final column.
Don't be confused about the function of Jewish prayer.
I spent my junior year of college at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. There I studied English and Scottish ...
On Israel's 75th birthday, reflections on the Jewish concept of home.
Judaism is a call to action.
Jewish time is not linear.
Story-telling is essential to Passover — and Jewish tradition.
From the villages of Eastern Europe comes an old, classic joke. Shmuel comes in the door with a sad face, telling ...
Judaism's past, present and future.
How did Joseph know the riddle of the baker's dream?
Kids have an important job.
Wealth is not only an opportunity but an obstacle.