Most of the work we attribute to God in this world must be done by human hands.
Inside my head, I feel fabulous, energized, full of love and Torah after the past week of retreats and travel. In the rest of my body, I feel about 100 years old.
A thank you card challenges me to run for my next mitzvah.
Hebrew to English translation is full of little traps. A student found the perfect way to translate “ish” in this text from the Mishnah.
What is the person with privilege supposed to do, besides feel badly?
A first century line from the Mishnah has 21st century applications.
Yossi ben Yochanon from Jerusalem said: “Let your home be open wide to the multitudes. — Pirkei Avot 1:5