Have you ever stopped to consider why Wisdom is so often insisted upon by the Apostles and the writers of the Psalms and the Proverbs, and many other Scriptures, as being a necessary gift to patiently endure the journey of faith? Here’s a short list of scriptures you can reference if you’ve yet to discover
Anyone who has a soul ought to love this time of year. Why? Simple. Because at no other point of the year is there such a beautiful juxtaposition of the Great Paradoxes of Life. In a matter of just three days, a soul glimpses the great mysteries of Life: Death, Redemption, and Resurrection. It would
I remember the first time she told me those words. She said them with a fierceness so commanding, her confidence alone was more intriguing to me then anything and I wanted to possess it for myself. She looked fearless and brave. I wanted to be fearless and brave. “Never let them see you cry, sweetheart.
*The Hebrew Feast of Tabernacles, also known as Sukkot, begins each year in September/October following the Jewish New Year “Rosh HaShanah” and Day of Atonement “Yom Kippur”. I thought this article by guest blogger Tzvi Freeman sums up the beauty of this feasts perfectly. I invite you to enter into these 7 days in a
Yom Kippur, in the words of the Rebbe, “is the Day of Atonement, when we are closest to G‑d and most connected to the essence of our souls. It’s the holiest day of the year, when Jews come together, fasting and praying as one.” And, it just might be the feast that could bring union