Statement of Orthodox Rabbis and Clergy on Charlottesville Demonstration and its Aftermath
The March for Racial Justice is planning on making up for its Yom Kippur flop by holding a sister march on October 1, the day after the Jewish holiday, in various cities around the country. Fellow Zionists, mark your calendars. Show. The. Hell. Up.
The moon is one of the earliest points of imagination and metaphor we offer young children. We tuck our children in, bid goodnight to the moon, and tell them that we love them to the moon and back; it becomes a first symbol of both constancy and wonder. The realization that the moon is visible during the day — that it never truly goes away — is often among the earliest and most powerful moments of scientific imagination for children. This observation sustains their curiosity while also tapping into their desire to locate and be grounded by points of stability and predictability.
Lab/Shul Presents: PREPENT 2017/5778
40 Circles of Return
High Holy Days Blog 2017/5778
August 23rd — September 30th