Jewish wisdom isn't just meant to be intellectually understood, but embodied. Here's how.
All of Jewish practice is a response to the fact that we are spiritual beings housed for a limited time in physical bodies.
Anorexia and bulimia are amongst the most emotionally and physically devastating disorders affecting young Jewish women.
Does the Torah require us to avoid unhealthy foods?
The human body as a microcosm of the world
Messages from Jewish tradition to help combat substance abuse and other addictions
Beliefs & Practices
Indispensable partners for doing life's sacred work
Health & Wellness
We may need to work on our spiritual health in order to ensure our physical health.
Folk beliefs about horns and big noses have served to demonize Jews--and even Jews themselves have not been exempt from distorted images of their bodies.
As a culture that values sobriety, individual responsibility, and health, Judaism is wary of substances that may cause more damage than the enjoyment they may bring their users.