Wisdom can be born from connection to the the vast interconnected wildness in the world.
The Jewish value of courage doesn't require the absence of fear, only the capacity to move through it.
A Holocaust rescue story sheds light on a curious verse from the Prophets.
Jewish tradition teaches that appropriate arguments are conducted for the sake of Heaven.
A prayer shawl purchased in an African refugee camp is a reminder of those at the fringes that compel our moral responsibility.
In the face of tragedy, is there a place for thoughts and prayers?
Is it better to act out of volition or obligation?
The more people we have at the table, the more likely we are to discover wisdom.
The mitzvah of the Jubilee year is a chance to begin again.
Leaning into the hard parts of Jewish tradition.