Over the last week or two, I have been moving out of my apartment in preparation to move to Pittsburgh. Packing boxes, sorting through papers, getting rid of furniture, and lots of complaining. Moving is challenging. It is tons of tiny acts that when collected, life your life to a new location. What we often miss, a process, I’m trying to engage in myself, is actually transitioning from one life to another.Read More
As many know, I was honored to receive ordination last week from the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies. I am leaving Los Angeles and moving to Pittsburgh to start the next chapter of my life. I do not know what this will entail exactly other than that I’m excited for what is to come.
I have been reflecting on my new responsibilities and the tasks that come with them.Read More
I want to begin by sharing my sadness and my anger in reading about another mass shooting. The latest, in Kansas, was the 22nd in the month of February alone. It hurts right now, in our country. It is hard to read the news and to see the pain of the families of the victims in the senselessness of this violence.Read More
At this time of year, our culture has the tradition of setting resolution for the upcoming year. We take time to reflect on the past twelve months...Read More