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The Well of Grief

When a community comes together to dig the well of grief, streams of life-giving water can flow from the depths

Sharing the Burden

When the stakes are high, and crisis is imminent, we do not put all of the responsibility on a single charismatic leader.

The Divine in Your Words

How do we hold conflict now so we can still be family in the future?

Things Fall Apart

With some exceptions, the Jewish people have always been beset by external conflict and inner turmoil. 

Time Wars

The ancient rabbis were well aware that control of the calendar was linked to their authority over the Jewish people

Find a Rabbi

Jewish weddings don't require a rabbi. But here's why it's a good idea anyway.

Hope and Curses

The curses listed at the end of the Book of Leviticus are less a warning than an empowering message that the past need not be repeated.

To Catch a Thief

The record of an ancient theft clues us in to the obscured role of Jewish priestesses.

Mourning and Meaning Making

Someday our current sorrows will be memories, woven into the tapestry of our shared destiny.

Observing Jewish Time

Living the Jewish calendar is to be bound by Jewish peoplehood and Jewish solidarity