Many of us want to help repair what is broken in our world. Getting started, though, often can feel overwhelming. What can push us past thought toward action?
Midge Maisel’s defining characteristic – and her appeal – is her refusal to let any obstacle, and there are many, faze her. For Midge, there’s always a work-around.
Although my daughter is too young to grasp today’s migrant crisis or its ties to Jewish history, my wife and I will instill in her a kinship with oppressed peoples.
“Rabbi, I’m moving tomorrow and just wanted to ask you: Is there a proper way to take down my mezuzah?”
It’s election season in Israel, a country whose vibrant democracy is different than that found in either the U.S. or Canada. Let’s explore some of these differences.
Isaac Mayer Wise, widely recognized as the founder of Reform Judaism in North America, worked to create a nationally united expression of Judaism under his leadership.
Reform Jewish poet Stacey Z. Robinson wrote this original poem for Purim, painting a much different picture of Esther than we knew as children.
Tonight as I gather 10 women to recite Birkat HaGomeil (after overcoming danger), I will hold close hundreds of others – with me recently to celebrate the new month.