In the cycle of Torah reading, we find ourselves in the book of Genesis — basically our people’s shared record of disagreements at family gatherings.
High Holiday lessons from Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Chevruta is a perfect source of not only learning, but also reflection and connection during the pandemic, and leading up to the Jewish New Year.
John Lewis held onto hope in the face of violence and destruction, a powerful example for us on this day of mourning.
Emmanuel Levinas described Judaism as a “religion for adults,” one focusing on our obligations towards others as opposed to our own self-interests.