spirituality

The Many Traditions of Rosh Hashanah

Reflections from Keshet Staff About Celebrating the New Year

Running Into Prayer

For me, running is something spiritual

How Small Stuff Can Set Big Examples

There's no encounter lacking in spiritual potential

Falling in Love in Jerusalem

Like many great love affairs, time and the business of life eroded the fabric that bound us together.

A Missing Friend is a Holy Clue

It turns out that feeling bad can have physical advantages to help heal.

The Healing Sound of Silence

A mirror neuron is a neuron that fires both when an animal acts and when the animal observes the same action performed by another.

Who is Worthy to Lead: The Torah of Modern Politics

This week’s Torah portion (Yitro) offers a key lesson for today’s politics. It comes just before the fateful Ten Commandments ...

Finding Equilibrium Through the Practice of Kindness

Many of us are feeling buffeted by politics, angry dynamics in public discourse, and fears of what may lie ahead. ...

African American Republican Congressional Candidate Turned Yeshiva Student

For some people, fitting into the status quo is soothing, comforting, peaceful. Not for me. For me, seeking a life ...