On the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, we learn to rejoice in insecurity by resting on the most secure foundation that exists.
Repentance requires that we embrace a change in our identity in three difference areas.
Lessons from the saddest holiday in the Jewish calendar.
You need not be defined by where you come from. It’s your choices and what you leave behind that matter most.
We often look at the world through the lenses of the spiritual or the secular. But there is no division; they are one in the same.
More than merely a holiday that marks days with lights and presents, Chanukah offers us the opportunity to practice dedicating ourselves to each moment with presence.
The resources we most need to navigate tough times are not physical, but spiritual. In perfect timing, we receive a day to reap that harvest and boost our inner strength.