Why is the desert so central to the Jewish spiritual journey?
We all have the capacity to see each other as worthy and cherish each other’s uniqueness.
Thriving in a free society requires different skills than surviving the wilderness.
When harnessed responsibly, power has the potential to create a more just and compassionate world.
What would it mean if we could hear what the plants are saying?
Unresolved conclusions are quintessentially Jewish.
In the wake of Shavuot, we might ask ourselves: What have we been tending that we are now harvesting?
Studying to the point of exhaustion on Shavuot has a deeper purpose.
Perhaps the Jewish people are the embodied principle of life itself, a distillation of humanity evolving toward that which it is not yet?
Ancient rules regarding priestly purity offer guidance for moments when weighing different kinds of needs against each other proves difficult.