Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, one of the world’s greatest Jewish scholars and contemporary thinkers, offers insights on Free Will in Judaism.
This video is a response to a question regarding Jewish conversion. That question is answered in the 2nd video. This video is more of an […]
This video is the second of two videos responding to a question regarding conversion to Judaism.
One of the most commonly voiced criticisms of Judaism is that it pays too much attention to details; that it is obsessed with hairsplitting and […]
Human existence involves a constant tension between what man is – his values, goals, concepts, visions, self – and the environment in which he lives. […]
Modern Feminism quickly atrophied into “Careerism,” which left us with a society in which women’s contributions are unrecognized by men and, more painfully, by women […]
The fact that the first human was created as an androgynous being gives us much insight into male-female relationships. To get a clear picture of […]
As we sat around the Shabbos table this Friday night it was like sitting in a new home. A wave of gratitude washed over me. The […]
So, I’ll be honest , I’m not a fan of the Superbowl. (Don’t throw tomatoes at me!) But every year, the Perlman […]
Today a friend shared with me some wisdom borrowed from a Buddhist teaching. The topic was letting go, and it really stuck me deep in my […]