One of our own shares her story about the importance of being more intentional in celebrating far from home.
A must-watch performance. And, a rather heart-warming back story from the senior senator from Utah.
A bit of the backdrop for producing a slideshow about executive function.
Here’s a fascinating case of modern law meets 5000-year-old religious tradition. At the end of October, the British Supreme Court decided that — in the case of accepting applicants to a Jewish high school — observance, not ethnicity, should be used in determining admissions. From Sarah Lyall’s New York Times write-up on the ruling:
Karen Armstrong prefers Hillel's version; Adele Diamond prefers Jesus' variation. Both take away a call to action. Hear them both.
Our associate producer reflects on observing the Jewish holidays in new ways, with new people, in new places.
“Next to being the children of God our greatest privilege is being the brothers of each other.”