On the highway, we hold our lives and the lives of others in our hands.
In late summer of 586 BCE, we became a nation of refugees.
The photo above may look like a garden overgrown with milkweed. Look in the center of the photo, and you will see a tiny splash of orange. That little splash is a monarch butterfly, the third I have seen in my garden. I didn’t want to disturb him, and this is the best photo I … Continue reading A King in the Rabbi’s Garden
It was quite a week.
When two tons of steel encounter a fragile human body, there’s no question who is going to get hurt.
Sometimes life shakes us up a bit.
A drive in an unfamiliar town teaches the rabbi something about prayer.
Another set of thoughts on Jewish prayer.