The framing of life as a marathon vs a sprint is misguided. The Jewish holiday of Simchat Torah teaches that they co-exist.
The period from Rosh Hashana through Yom Kippur is a spiritual homecoming.
Rosh Hashana reminds us that change isn’t an end-goal, but rather the beginning of a process that leads to transformation.
Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year offers a guideline on how to begin making an intentional change.
When we resist change by judging whether it is good, we miss the opportunity to see how it is good.
The New Moon in Virgo ushers in the Jewish New Year. The message of both: create rituals for your renewal.
What, exactly, is the “still, small voice” and how can you hear it?