We wake up each morning thanking God for putting the breath of life into us.
This Shabbat, on which parshat V’Etkhanan is read, has a special designation as “Shabbat Nakhamu — the Shabbat of Comforting.”
I’m grateful to have a fairly normal summer after the loneliness and boredom of a lockdown year.
Numbers, chapter 35 speaks about the Ir Miklat, or the six cities of refuge.
Perhaps you remember the 2020 census. I know, it seems like it was so long ago.
Who, or what, defines Israel, and why does it matter?
Gathering in anger against our leaders is a tale as old as time.
At the beginning of each “Introduction to Judaism” class I’ve taught at college, before I even introduce myself to the students, I ask them to yell out things they know about Judaism.
My county will soon stop sending out the daily messages about the county’s COVID rates that many of us have gotten daily since March 2020. It has felt like a solid piece of information that I could count on.
At what age do Levites begin serving in the tabernacle?