This Tu Bishvat, we see Trump’s first weeks in office have evidenced his willingness to move forward projects that will threaten the planet.
Making instruments takes time. That means that during Egyptian captivity, before seeing the shocking slaying of the first born or the wondrous parting of the sea, during the dark hour of oppression, these women played the long game, banked on liberation, believed that it was coming, and prepared for it painstakingly. Victory does not come just through playing defense against crisis, but, even in hours much darker than ours, playing a long game to win.
In this week's #TorahForTheResistance, Parashat Bo finds the Egyptians suffering the plague of darkness -- but what does it mean to not "see" each other?
In a post-truth Presidency, then we must pray for truth. Part two in a series of #TorahForTheResistance, a Jewish spiritual response to the Trump era.
28 Christian clergy called on Montanans to post menorahs in their windows in solidarity with Jewish communty of Whitefish and against a neo-Nazi march.
In "Harmonia," writer-director Ori Sivan has given us a cinematic retelling of Abraham and Sarah’s saga that is far from simplistic.