On the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, we learn to rejoice in insecurity by resting on the most secure foundation that exists.
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?
The demons of doubt and fear can be formidable oppressors, trapping us in a victim mindset and enslaving us to a life lived below our potential. The good news is that we hold the key to free ourselves.
One of the lessons of Passover is that freedom is not something we are given. It’s a state we choose on our own.
The common saying “I’ll believe it when I see it” sends us on an unnecessary search for proof. To see it, you must believe it.
3 Places Where We Must Cultivate Trust in Our Defining Moments Our defining moments often present us with issues that provoke fear, which paralyzes action. To move through, we must cultivate trust in 3 different places.
Since my grandpa died, I’ve been expanding beyond morning rituals to a new category: mourning rituals. Two practices speak to the transformational power of rituals.