#Pray means many things. Lately I’ve been listening to podcasts by Jack Kornfield. He’s a wise dude, plain and simple. Among the many recurring themes in his teachings is the idea of shooting energy from one place to another. There
Trust. Judaism has a lot to say on the topic. To summarize– individual and communal trust in God is the key to a happy life. But what does that actually mean? What does it mean to trust in God?
In this post #BlogElul meets the timeless wisdom of The Grateful Dead. “Once in a while you get shown the light in the strangest of places if you look at it right.” – Scarlet Begonias We like to think
#Act– to do something, to make effect some kind of change in the fabric of the universe, to set being in motion. #Act– to pretend, to disguise, to embody, to put on airs. #Act– a part of a play that
As I pointed out in a previous post, the Hebrew month of Elul is upon is. Elul is the temporal highway that leads into the Jewish New Year of Rosh Hashanah. #BlogElul, curated by my colleague, Rabbi Phyllis Sommer, is an