The two months of Adar begin this week with a mighty ruach, reminding us to cultivate curiosity and wonder.Read More
Who knows? Perhaps it was for this very moment we were brought into the world.Read More
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
Take refuge in the cleft of a sheltering rock.
Rest your cheek upon its rough surface.
I will pass by,
Like a breath.
This week encourages us to seek to occupy the present moment—to feel its richness and experience its offerings.Read More
We offer the fragments to each other.
May the mighty winds of Purim bring blessings of transformation and renewal.
May this holiday remind us to laugh with love
And rejoice in each other.
Each of us stands in this moment as the story of Purim calls:
Consider the idea you are here for a reason.Read More
May radical uncertainty
Inspire radical courage
Let us call on the Infinite with bold strength and unity.Read More
A mighty ruach—a powerful wind and spirit—soars through the month of Adar, bringing seeds of transformation. Sometimes this wind comes as a soft breeze. Other times it arrives with a force that shatters.Read More
Purim is coming, and as we ready ourselves for the holiday that will arrive on Saturday night, we read from the book of Exodus this week one of the most essential sections of the Holy Torah. For it is in this portion that we learn what a fashion-conscious priest should wear when stepping forward to serve the One.Read More
This week we acknowledge our gifts and talents. We acknowledge the goodness we bring into the world because of who we are.Read More
Raise up the light that shines always.
Cultivate a wise heart.
Act with the wisdom of the spirit.Read More
I live within the human heart, the Mystery exclaims. I am there in every crevice of creation.
Stop and notice me.Read More
Happy is the person whose path is aligned with the Highest Will.
Fulfilled is the person who is walking her true path.
Be Happy, Adar calls, because transformation is possible.Read More
t’s Adar. Be Happy, the tradition calls. This perhaps creates the impression that happiness is something we can easily turn on and off, something that is accessible at all times.
Our experiences teach us that happiness is much more complicated than that.Read More
Recognize your beauty,
Honor your gifts,
And offer yourselves with generosity and love.Read More