What Have You Been Taught About Love?
1. Faith Gives You A Better Perspective On Life
2. Faith Gives You The Strength to Let Go of Grudges
3. Faith Gives You The Desire to Help Someone Else Who Has It Rougher Than You Do
Interfaith friendship means finding common ground with others even when we differ in our beliefs. This requires clarity about our differences and charity across those differences.
Is peace still possible? Is the marking of a Sabbath still relevant to our culture? I go back to the first holy night that I encountered the Jewish tradition of Shabbat after a day spent in one of the most difficult places on earth – Auschwitz.
How sharing religious best practices can help us raise families in challenging environments.
Religion and faith have been part of the Olympic Games since ancient Greece. It is no wonder, then, that many athletes competing in the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang find strength in faith.
Learning to see by Jewish lights means absorbing the warmth of its wisdom against the pockets of darkness in the world.
What makes Ash Wednesday so powerful? There’s something about Ash Wednesday that reminds us of something essentially human. If there’s something we can all relate to as human beings, it’s that we’re sinners. There’s something beautiful about this honesty and willingness to show up and say so.
When beliefs feel frozen, it’s time to look for God’s warmth again.
Death will never stop hurting, but as Confucian ritual teaches us, that hurt can bring new meaning to a new life.
Are you making New Year’s resolutions this year? Here’s how faith can help you keep them.