In a world that wants you to desire more, saying your have what you need is radical.
How Chanukah can reframe our perspective on supply chain issues.
It’s easy to get caught in the spin of more. But what are we even measuring, and when it is enough?
If we want to solve the actual problems we are facing as a collective, we can’t just cut down the tree; we need to explore and untangle the roots.
In this time where so much news is focused on lack of resources and loss of lives, a classic Passover song reminds us to look for what’s enough.
It’s crucial to examine your motivations for what you want to create. Starting from a place of reaction rarely creates something sustainable.
A Thanksgiving invitation to celebrate what you have, who you are, and where you are, knowing that it is enough.