March 28, 2018 RSS feed / Editorial

The Passover story of freedom continues to guide our actions

Thousands of years after our ancestors escaped Egypt, we recall the bitterness of slavery at the Seder table, using the experience as a guide for how we engage in the world. More...

From a Passover of alienation to a Passover of empathy

One of the most oft-repeated themes of the Torah is that we must remember that we were slaves and strangers in the Land of Egypt, and that God redeemed us with an outstretched hand. More...

Living Longer, Living Better: Your Seder as symbol of life’s journey

It is the season of the Seder. People who study this remind us that the Seder is the most celebrated and observed Jewish event in the entire Jewish calendar year. Yes, even more than the High Holy Days! More...

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Running the Jerusalem Marathon was an uphill battle

G-d heard my prayers. Not only the prayers I recited as I began the sixth and final mile of the marathon, but the prayers I offered years earlier to assist me on the road towards better health and fitness. More...