When it comes to religious rituals, the goal is to see, “How is this impacting my life, my outlook, or my connection with others?”
Patience is a required not only for awe-inspiring scientific discovery. It’s needed in our day-to-day lives, as well.
In the new movie “Inside Out,” all of the emotions are pure in their coloring — except for Joy. Why?
If transcendence can help us become better people, then not only science, but religion, can add something to the conversation, as well.
How do we cultivate a sense of spirituality in children? And are there additional benefits that can accrue by giving our children spiritual language?
Our reaction to Trevor Noah or Lena Dunham is not so much about them as it is about us.
While meaning is certainly subjective, morality is also not completely objective, either.
How do Jews perceive the relationship between Judaism and science?
One wonderful metaphor for the shofar blast on Rosh Hashanah is that of an alarm clock, waking us up to the ways we have acted, and helping us to become the people we wish to be. But all too often, we are likely to hit the snooze button.
“The Simpsons” is not simply entertaining — its humor often acts as a vehicle for learning.