How to Avoid the Clash of Civilizations

Faced with change, those who feel threatened by it turn to religion as a source of stability, an expression of the things that do not change.

Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, a renowned philosopher and theologian who once served as the Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth, wrote The Dignity of Difference one year after the events of 9/11. In its pro…

READ THIS

Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, a renowned philosopher and theologian who once served as the Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth, wrote The Dignity of Difference one year after the events of 9/11. In its pro…

READ THIS

Most Recent

A Time to Build Community

Camp Tzadi was a building place and a building time.

The Plot Thickens

Training Your Bible requires finding the plot, and it’s not always easy to do in the Bible.

Guarding the Tongue

Words are tricky because they can’t be taken back; sometimes even a sincere apology is not enough.

Why I Don't Like Halloween

My picture of Halloween is bleak and dark, and perhaps you'll feel a bit gloomy after reading my opinion

Three Habits to Develop in Your Teen Years

What we practice early in life can have great value as we enter adulthood.

My Case of Campsickness

Going from camp back to the real world is hard.

How to Do a Mitzvah with Just Your Face

A mitzvah that recognizes the power that a smile can have as a way to serve others.

Turning Strangers into Friends

We all came as strangers and left as brothers and sisters.