The tension between individual and communal needs cannot be resolved, but the two must be balanced.
For religious kibbutzim, Judaism addresses whole communities.
The home is central to Jewish practice and values.
Beliefs & Practices
They are filled with ethnic and religious objects--and everyday objects imbued with special meaning.
We are often blind to the dimension that lacks physical substance, and that can lead to enslavement to things.
Is it enough to live up the requirements of Jewish law for one to be holy? Is sanctity in this life possible for all of us—or only for a few saintly people?
What holiness meant to the sages of the Talmud.
How can we unify the sacred with the profane?