Wandering through Jerusalem, I realied that gates invite us to stop on our journey and take stock of where we’ve been and where we should go next. But the choice of direction is entirely up to us.
TC Jewfolk’s column for questions you were afraid to ask in Hebrew school. Today’s question for the Rabbi? Does G-d care how I vote? Or… What’s the difference between G-d and the President of the U.S.?
The month of Elul provides an opportunity – or perhaps a nudge – to wake up and pay attention.
What would you do if you had just one month left to live? This Elul, Rabbi Da-vid asks us to think and live like that today.
It’s easy to talk about the halo-glowing parts of being a mom. Ding! But some days just aren’t like that. It does a soul some good to share *those* days, too.
I am so not an animal person. But that’s what you do when you’re the mom, right? Hold that leash, scoop that poop and love that (new!) dog. Oy.