People often assume that as Jews continue to intermarry, observance will decline. But that’s an incredibly pessimistic view.
I hope that all couples I work with, especially interfaith couples, will be empowered to make Jewish rituals and practices their own.
How can we embrace the powerful exercise of Shmita in a way that is both personally meaningful and works to restore the fabric of our community?
Our most holy texts make it clear that we may not stand idly by while violence is perpetrated in our midst.
Every once in a long while, different streams of time flow together in a way that seems uncanny—even miraculous.