What happens when you commit to a course of study for a year, not out of obligation, but out of desire? You will inevitably transform more than your mind.
Vitaliy Paykov On the holiday of Sukkot, a time of great rejoicing, the seminal reading is the book of Kohelet, also known by its Greek name, Ecclesiastes. Kohelet was written by King Solomon, a man who amassed a great fortune, who had the external trappings of success. And yet it is a journey of a […]
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.
Our true home is not something we need to “find.” There’s no search to run, no listing portal to scour, no properties to tour.
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.
When it feels like everything is ending, that is the beginning.