The sequence of the Jewish New Year and fall holidays offers a counterintuitive lesson in how to start living your purpose.
If everything is just a fleeting breath, from where do we derive meaning in life?
When you work toward something daily but don’t see results, it’s easy to wonder “What’s the point?” The book of Ecclesiastes offers us a way out of our disillusionment.
The Jewish holiday of Sukkot gets little attention, but it’s meaning is perhaps the most universal of all the holidays.
The more we can embrace the impermanence of life, the easier it is to let go.
On the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, we learn to rejoice in insecurity by resting on the most secure foundation that exists.
Sukkot, the Jewish harvest festival, teaches us how to leap even if we don’t see the net.