Instead of doubling down, Moses and God ante up!
Like so many humans, I am grateful for the vaccines and to the CDC for validating our individual decisions to get the COVID shots and then for allowing us to remove our masks and return to silliness.
A reflection on the Weekly Portion and exciting developments in affordable housing for seniors
No time is greater than the ride home to reflect on how the pieces fell into line.
This tug-and-pull is what defines me: investing hopeful energy in the long term while taming the fire of the short term.
Reflections on two epic times in our nation's history.
How we live in relationship to boundaries defines us – in both trying times and otherwise.
The revolutionary plan spawned by Yitro’s counsel, was made possible only by the concession of Moses to let go of his grasp on the enterprise of arbitration.
As the training school lends knowledge and license, the professional environment bestows distinction.
The pitfalls of sliding into a mannerism that sorts others into categories
As Chanukah concludes, it is vitally important that we find ways to tap its message of self-validity and resilience for the remainder of the year.
As we contemplate our broader “plans of coverage” for our lives, what might be the moral equivalent of open enrollment? How often do we avail ourselves of the tweaks and adjustments necessary to be balanced and functional?