We begin the Passover Seder with Ha Lachma Anya, a call to the hungry to come and eat. But it’s not about the physical food. It’s about the soul food.
We are conditioned to believe that we must fit in to belong. What if it’s the opposite: that we find true belonging when we are willing to be visible in our differences?
Everyone has a story. And everyone has a deeply seeded need to feel seen, heard, and fully expressed. The Strangers Project creates space for this expression, and produces magic.
If you’re struggling through something, it’s easy to get wrapped up in your own pain. Don’t make that mistake. Three ways sharing your struggle helps you build strength.
We tend to think of rituals in the context of religious observance, but they have a role in all areas of our life. What is the power and purpose of rituals outside of religion, and how does this enhance meaning and fulfillment?
It’s an irony of life that the place in which we are able to help others transform is the place where we often get stuck and need to seek help.