I was also distracted by that little fire in my kitchen a couple of weeks ago. Yes, the one that happened just after I stopped eating at non-kosher restauran
From atheism, military service, and being one of the only Jews in his “high desert” California town, Tomer discovered Judaism. Listen as he describes
there is a Hebrew adage which says “Shinui makom, shinui mazal,” which means “when you move, you change your luck”. I’m going with it! Here’s a short video
Of course more iconic than the song “To Sir With Love” is the verse from the Torah, You shall love your fellow as yourself. This is easier said than done when
When I choose as my goal: “To love and connect with G-d and my fellow”, I am pointed in the right direction. This is no little thing. In and of itself it becomes a reason for joy.
Have you ever had an amazing experience but you weren’t ready to put it into words yet? Crazy, wonderful, inspiring, AND grounding learnings are flooding…
Twenty years into learning about Judaism, I was still hanging around the edges. Learning? Yes. Observing Jewish laws? Too exotic and constraining. I admired other people’s Jewish observances. but I was
I asked… “Can you explain Yom Kippur in a nutshell to me?” This is what I’ve learned…On Yom Kippur…
we return to who we really are. The deepest part of
A mini skirt wearing, religion hating, pork rib loving woman seeking excitement…finds joy, dignity and delight in her Jewish roots and surprise surprise..
This next recap is about…. finding my way back home. Into the tribe and the religion of our fathers and mothers…. Abraham, Sarah, Isaac, Rebecca, Jacob, Leah and Rachel…