Rav Jill chose the radical midwives, Shifra and Puah to represent love within compassion. Shifra and Puah are two of my favorite heroines, and I can’t get… Read more “Day 15: Chesed Within Tifferet”
Rabbi Gershom asks us to consider whether having a Nuclear Free Home is merely a symbolic act, or a revolutionary act of being and doing what… Read more “Day 14: Malkhut within Gevurah”
I was touched by both Rav Jill’s and Rabbi Gershom’s stories for this day. Rabbi Gershom shares a story about Yankel carrying water and how it… Read more “Day 13: Yesod within Gevurah”
Yom Hashoah falls on Hod within Gevurah…. resilience…. and spring shoots forth of the soil.
Netzach within Gevurah….. reminds us of Dinah….
Rabbi Gershom discusses how we can tend to pruning our spiritual branches… what can we cut out or off of ourselves that no longer serves us? Alison… Read more “Day 10: Tifferet within Gevurah”
Rav Jill reminds us of the story of Vashti…. who despite knowing she would probably be killed… still refuses to participate in the degradation ordered to her… Read more “Day 9: Gevurah within Gevurah”
Alison: “Today reminds me of surviving and still managing to make art and write and form relationships while under oppressive rule. Things like Anne Frank’s diary or… Read more “Day 8: Chesed within Gevurah”
Alison: “Malkhut shebechesed– reminded me of people who are accused of ‘hating their country’ for protesting and voting for candidates who represent their views. No. They do… Read more “Day 7: Malchut within Chesed”
Alison: “Today, Rav Jill brings us the story of Serach daughter of Asher and concentrates on the theme of intergenerational connection. According to a midrash, Serach informed… Read more “Day 6: Yesod Within Chesed”