Repentance requires that we embrace a change in our identity in three difference areas.
Forgiveness is not merely a response to an apology; it is something we can do even without an apology.
We are often afraid of creating space for silence out of fear of what might emerge. On Rosh Hashana, the shofar creates that silence for us through its piercing sound. But it’s still up to us to listen to the voice within.
On Rosh Hashana, the shofar rouses us from the depths of our being to commit to a new path, to reorient our maps, to change our behaviors. It is the ultimate call to action.
Tonight is the start of Rosh Hashanah and the Ten Days of Return. It’s the beginning of the path of returning to ourselves and our true home.
In the age of the InstaStory, we’ve become storytellers and reporters documenting life, and we’ve stopped living it.
This year, the fall equinox and the Jewish New Year are perfectly aligned. To honor this season new beginnings, here are 5 lessons on how to navigate change and uncertainty.