First, there are agonizing hours of wavering and uncertainty. Then comes a sudden, almost breathtaking shift in perspective that makes the right decision stunningly clear
By Chaya Shuchat
Adults are hit-and-miss, they might be inspired for a while, but their excitement often dissipates just as quickly. When a child buys in to something, however, that commitment can last a...
By Elisha Greenbaum
The week before Rosh Hashanah we recite the Selichot in the early morning, a series of penitential prayers and liturgy
And these are the garments that they shall make [for Aaron]: a breastplate, an apron, a cloak, a tunic of checkerwork, a hat, and a sash . . . and a crown of pure gold
Exodus 28:4, 36