I place upon my heart the intention to seek the ner tamid, the always light hidden deep within the brokenness.Read More
Make for me a place that I may dwell within you
Make for me a place that I may dwell among you.Read More
Tonight (February 14), we welcome the month of Adar, the month that brings Purim, the holiday of transformation and possibility.Read More
I am wherever you notice me.
See me and live.
Standing at the foot of a mountain filled with flame,
We listened to the One reverberate in our hearts.
And the people did journey.
They journeyed across the sea.
But first they journeyed into themselves.
We step into the dark to arrive to a new day.
May we take each other’s hands
And let the bonds of relationship and commitment
Guide our way.
The road is long, wide and narrow,
The signs sometimes treacherous and frightening.
But I am here,
And will be forever.
In this video, Rabbi Yael Levy, founder of A Way In Jewish Mindfulness Organization, speaks about "What is Jewish Mindfulness?"Read More
May it be a year of mending and healing, a year of strength and courage, a year of devotion and love. Let us rise together for the well-being of each other, our country and the planet.Read More
Sometimes our speech flows easily and our words carry clarity and insight. Other times there are no phrases that can offer comfort or understanding and we stand mute in the face of all that transpires.Read More
Joseph reminds us that our lives take shape beyond anything we will ever understand.Read More
Let us be inspired to continue to rise, amid the ruin and the rubble, and let us light the flames for goodness, for justice, for the health of the planet and the dignity of all.Read More
As we come to the eighth and final night of Chanukah and the fullness of the light, we rededicate ourselves to living and acting in alignment with our highest values.Read More
Naming and noticing moments of joy, finding reasons to celebrate, joining in laughter and play strengthens and renews us.Read More
As we light the candles, we acknowledge that the choices our great, great, great grandparents made have helped create this very moment, and the choices we make will help create the lives of people we will never know.Read More
On this fifth night of Chanukah, we honor the lights we each offer to the world.Read More
As we light the Chanukah candles, and then the Shabbat flames, we rededicate ourselves to gifts of Shabbat.Read More
On this third night of Chanukah, we lift up our values and ideals and the ways in which we long for our world to be healed. We name and honor people who work for justice.Read More
We affirm that this living, breathing planet nurtures and sustains us and that everything we do affects the well being of all. On this second night of Chanukah, as we light the candles, we give thanks for creation, and we name places that offer us beauty and refuge.Read More