by Rabbi Yaakov Asher Sinclair
Art is inspiration wrestling with constriction.
Now is the time to reflect and integrate the spiritual insights gleaned from the holiday season.
According to the Jewish mystics, everything in the world is singing.
Where one burns books one will in the end burn people.
Why do we say, "Hear O Israel!" rather than "See O Israel"?
A mystical look at the meaning of this Jewish month.
by Rabbi Mordechai Becher
Why is it different and what is its significance?
by Shelly Fenig
The spiritual growth we’ve harnessed this past month is available throughout the year.
by Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller
Now is the time to put into action all the hopes, prayers and resolutions we made at the start of the Jewish New Year.
With only 30 days left in the year, Elul is a time of yearning, forgiveness and return.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
Using the 12 months of the Hebrew calendar as a map for personal growth.
Purim teaches us to appreciate the world's awesome beauty, amidst so much chaos and horror.
The spiritual significance of the month of Shvat.
Looking at the world from its inner spiritual core outward.
At Sinai we moved above and beyond, where the whole truth dwells.
What can happen when we see everything as being fully within our grasp and under our control.
The power of turning the bitter into sweet, sickness into healing.
The same covenant that promises suffering, promises redemption.
Tevet is a time of return and redefinition.
Each of us has to fight off darkness in his or her own way.
The month that moves us out of being enslaved to our egos.
by Rabbi Ari Goldwag
How the High Holiday season actually culminates with Chanukah.
Cheshvan is when darkness reigns, yet growth begins deep beneath the surface.
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