Even when it looks gloomy and grey, the light is always there. Sometimes it’s just hidden by clouds.
Winter energy encourages us to journey into the darkness. Although we may resist, the willingness to venture into the dark that lies within us can help us end self-sabotage and boost our productivity.
Simple rituals. A celebration of values. A space in which we can see, hear, and feel. A moment where time stops. Any day can be a holy day.
The world may seem like it’s full of darkness, but one choir is doing its part to be the lights that illuminate the world.
On Chanukah we use a helper candle to light the candles. Here are 8 lessons we learn from this helper candle, called the shamash.
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 Earth’s wisdom dictates a process, and no part of nature is immune. Not even humans.