Avinu Malkeinu, open our hearts so that we will see all the things we have been unwilling to see, and grow in humility and compassion.
As you get ready for this Rosh Hashanah, remember that prayer can go beyond words and consider what makes you feel full and what makes you feel at home.
In 5782, we have four suggestions for effective engagement in building communities of belonging.
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed us, how we interact with people, how we behave and how we live. I find one tradition that is not affected by this pandemic.
For the perfect traditional treat, enjoy Tishpishti with a cup of mint tea or strong Turkish coffee.
WATCH: A pre-Yom Kippur conversation with the criminal defense attorney and victims' rights advocate.
Latin America is home to the 3rd largest Jewish community in the world.
Last Rosh Hashanah, I was studying abroad in Spain. Now I'm back at Brandeis and discovering new ways to connect with others.
Join Victoria Washington and Rabbi Ruth Abusch-Magder as they reflect on forgiveness as it relates to race and politics as well our personal lives. Then, use your Shabbat ritual as a moment to reflect on what forgiveness means to you.