What do we fear as we approach the High Holidays?
God has many names in Judaism. Pachad Yitzchak is one of the most ominous and enigmatic.
The concept of “Pachad Yitzchak” is about religious relief experienced in the aftermath of extreme emotions.
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We must not give in to our fears, and we must not act based on our fears. Rather, we must hold fast to hope and to vision.
Rosh Hashanah is when — if we are willing to embrace the fear of being transparent before God — we can adopt a fresh start and be created anew.
Our three commentators unpack a beautiful and complicated Zusya story as told by Martin Buber in Tales of the Hasidim. They reflect on the relationship between fear and love.
A guide with suggestions, activities, and prompts for individual contemplation and informal or more structured conversations.
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