What is “Write to Rest” about? Often translated as “sabbatical year,” shmita (שמיטה) literally means release. Like the sabbath, the 7th day of rest within the week, shmita is the […]
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CYMI, Rosh Hashanah begins the evening of Sunday, September 29, and Yom Kippur begins on Tuesday, October 8. The holidays continue with Sukkot, which begins on the evening of Oct. […]
Rabbi Kravitz has added a postscript to his Yom Kippur Sermon on #MeToo that he invites you to consider at the conclusion of his sermon. D’var Torah by Rabbi Harold […]
Rarely are there prescribed times in life to sit and think. Yom Kippur is one of those times.
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This Yom Kippur, I’m choosing to ask forgiveness of myself for all of the ways I’ve messed up as a parent this past year.