There’s a reason these traditions are called Wisdom traditions. The synchronicity of how they intersect always amazes me.
A deep cry that emanates from within is calling you home.
People died so we can be free. The least we can do is spend a few minutes in reflection and gratitude for their sacrifices.
By the second night, Passover can lose its excitement.
The curious, the questioners, and those who embrace beginner’s mind get a holiday that embraces all of their questions.
There’s a magic that happens — a sort of alchemy — when you string lights around the frame of a house or even around a small shrub in the front lawn.