When I lost my wallet, there was only one person who could help me find it
Why praying is the only New Year’s resolution you need
How I found the right words to say before surgery
How does He spend his divine time?
‘May their memory be for a blessing’ has its gentile moment during the pandemic
Three times a day, Jews are asked to do something very difficult and essential to our well-being
Children’s books reflect on the importance of thankfulness
How facing a plane crash changed my personal theology
It’s not an excuse for inaction but an assertion of our own power
To repent, you must first know yourself, which means taking a break from technology’s distractions
The first time I tended to an ailing patient in her home, it was a healing experience for both of us—in part because of a shared prayer
Getting lost at summer camp made me rethink what psalms mean to me
I neglected my health after my 16-year marriage ended abruptly. Then I turned to God for answers.
Becoming disabled made me question everything I thought I knew about Judaism. Then it brought me back to the religion in a way I’d never thought possible.
Blood, sweat, and tears. And prayer.
A writer reflects on her decision to lay tefillin at a Conservative day school, despite it being frowned upon
The newly released Siddur Lev Shalem offers new avenues to an ancient ritual
Why Israel’s decision to create an egalitarian prayer space at the Kotel is actually a defeat