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.
BLOG | April 19, 2012
This practice of counting, of singling out each day, also serves as a reminder to make each and every day count.
BLOG | April 10, 2012
There’s something we don’t talk about enough when we tell the Passover story, and that is civil disobedience--in particular, the civil disobedience of five women who enabled Moses to survive his infancy.
BLOG | April 5, 2012
We still sing things like “Had Gadya” and “Dayenu,” but seldom are they as memorable as the songs that come from the heart.
BLOG | March 30, 2012
We cannot avoid the inexorable truth: there is more work to be done as a Jewish community!