BLOG | June 28, 2012
There are all kinds of ways to make something special, and mark the passage of time. Let us know yours.
BLOG | June 19, 2012
Life cycle rituals are not fixed experiences—even when the text and ceremony stays the same.
BLOG | June 7, 2012
I’m not good at transitions, but there is comfort in knowing that even when things are “new-ish,” I never really have to go through them alone.
BLOG | May 30, 2012
It took the recitation of Yizkor on Memorial Day to remind me of this important fact: it is incumbent on me as a citizen to take time to reflect and remember.
BLOG | May 25, 2012
I pray that I continue to remember to prioritize both my spiritual and physical sustenance each and every day, even if only for the amount of time that it takes to recite a simple blessing.
BLOG | May 14, 2012
BLOG | April 27, 2012
Spring Break is often a time for beach parties and fun in the sun, but for many students on college campuses throughout America, Spring Break is increasingly a time for serving our communities and our earth through immersive service-learning experiences.
BLOG | April 24, 2012
Yom HaZikaron cannot only be about our own pain, for we will continue to hurt as long as others hurt.