Despite the odds, when things feel out of your control, when you feel abandoned – do not despair and do not simply pray – ACT.
If we try to look past the tangible, if we focus on the other, in relationship, we can come to see the Divine, even if only for a second.
Jewish spirituality doesn’t live in a book. Our bodies can guide our awareness and blessing. What could this practice look like in your life?
Moving well beyond niddah, mikveh is now used to mark any and all transitional and transformative moments.
Rabbi Bradley Artson explains how Mitzvot function as an indispensable manifestation of a meaningful Jewish life.
My Havdalah candle, wine, spices, and I did my own Havdalah ceremony all alone in my backyard. It was my own form of spiritual self-care.
With all of this physically taxing work, it can be easy to miss the spiritual preparation for this celebration of our collective redemption.