BLOG | November 7, 2012
The thought of saying Hebrew prayers over the cutting of a baby’s flesh seemed truly barbaric to me. I wondered, “if mothers had the power to design Judaism, would circumcision have played such a central role?”
BLOG | October 31, 2012
Elections provide us with an opportunity to organize our personal values and community commitments. The act of voting can be a first step toward becoming the engaged citizens we aspire to be.
BLOG | October 25, 2012
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BLOG | October 12, 2012
The women who attended my blessing circle couldn’t believe the news when they heard it. I daresay everyone felt like they had a little bit to do with it—I certainly think they did.
BLOG | September 28, 2012
We don’t want Yom Kippur to leave us in a slump, struggling to pick ourselves up. Instead, we must embrace joy so that we may restore balance in the world, in our community, and within ourselves.
BLOG | September 20, 2012
It is too easy to find fault in others. How can we be more honest with ourselves so that we can make corrections to our decisions?
BLOG | September 12, 2012
The One of Infinite Possibilities calls: Return to me and I will return to you. (Zecaria 1:3)