The Omer season is over. We are on the other side of Sinai. What now?Read More
Let us give thanks for the Omer journey of 5779, for all that was experienced and discovered.Read More
The choices we make, the ways we treat each other, the ways we interact with the natural world, have consequences that extend far beyond our own lifetime.Read More
May we pause in gratitude today, noticing the presence of the Mystery within all.Read More
With Rabbi Yael Levy of A Way In Jewish Mindfulness Organization, we welcome the month of Iyar. Iyar is the month of second chances.Read More
You Shall Be Holy:
Live in reverent relationship with the earth and all beings.
Treat everyone with dignity, fairness and care.
See the good.Read More
Gevurah urges us to consider the power of restraint and to wonder about limits we can engage with that will calm our minds and nourish our souls.Read More
This Pesach Shabbat may we rest in the beauty of the world blossoming.
May the green buds and the flowers shining yellow, pink and red give us hope.Read More
May we release all that has kept us bound. May we know our connection with all life. And as we listen to the cries for freedom that sound throughout the world, may we hear them as our own.Read More
Each Season has its call,
Each Festival has its light
That shines from the depths
Of the mystery.Read More
As the earth continues to guide us into spring
The month of Nisan arrives and calls:
Grow, Blossom, Become.Read More
During Passover we are urged to feel as if we too are being brought out of bondage into an expanse of freedom and possibility. We are called to soften our hearts so we can hear and respond to the cries of each other.Read More
May all that has been explored, discovered and revealed through these months of Adar be of benefit and blessing for all.Read More
Be aware of what you take into your body, through the foods you eat, the news you consume, the people and situations with which you engage.Read More
Adar can demand a lot of one’s body, mind and spirit. These months can shake us to the core by challenging our habits and beliefs, by questioning the roles and limits that define us and by demanding that we face our vulnerabilities and fears.Read More
Who knows? Perhaps it was for this very reason we were brought into the world.Read More
As we reach this third week of Adar Sheni, we return to wondering about time—asking ourselves to notice how much time we spend in the present moment and how much time we spend turning toward the past or reaching into the future.Read More
Stand by your word.
Ask for help.Read More
Adar Sheni challenges us to notice the masks we put on to appear acceptable to ourselves and others and to perhaps let these masks fall away allowing ourselves to be revealed in more of our fullness.Read More
May the mighty winds of this time bring blessings of transformation and renewal.Read More