Even as nature and the season tells us to slow down, it’s easy to remain busy. Understanding why we resist rest is the first step to taking back what is sacred in life.
The Jewish New Year and nature provide us with a well-tested guide to how to grow something sustainable. The process is the opposite of what you’ve been trained to believe.
The defining feature of Rosh Hashana services is the sounding of the shofar. When the holiday falls on Saturday, we don’t sound it. Here’s why the silence speaks more loudly.
When it comes to verbal and emotional abuse, especially within a family unit, there are no innocent bystanders. Silence is complicity.
What makes the silent night holy? It’s not what happens there, but what emerges from it — if we allow it.
The term “holding space” can feel amorphous. Here are 5 tactical ways to hold space for another person’s emotions, and 3 things not to do.
Sometimes the best way for us to use our voice is counter-intuitive. But this approach can help you stand out in a noisy world.