We have all been called up. We have shown up for battle in our own way, doing what we can from wherever we are, with our specific talents and passions.
Engagement with the Divine is a two-way street, in which we are being called.
We should seek each other out and connect with community—so that we connect with the Divine.
Forming connections with people and developing meaningful relationships improves our physical and emotional health, literally revitalizing us, bringing contentment and yielding a longer, more fulfilled existence.
As Chanukah begins, may we utilize the opportunity to understand how we each learn so that we might rededicate and re-initiate ourselves into Torah learning. This, then, is how I learn. How about you? How do you learn?
Being aware of one’s own worth can be a helpful catalyst for growth and change. . . . Self-gratitude “reminds people that they’re part of a bigger story and that they have the power to grow.”
These incredible developments came together because of one key ingredient—trust.
How can we become better listeners?
The lesson for humility is to admit both what we don’t know, as well as the sheer recognition that we don’t know.
How do we build the future of the Orthodox Union together?
How do we accommodate the human desire for newness within our traditional religious framework? The concept would seem to present as a contradiction, especially in a modern world that constantly seeks that which is new and exciting, the latest trend or gadget or idea, while as Orthodox Jews we are forever and steadfastly committed to […]
The strength of each member is in the team.