Rabbi Huberman's blog
I would like to introduce you to a Biblical character which your teachers likely ignored in Hebrew school. Her name is Dinah, the often forgotten thirteenth child of Jacob.
There is a story told within our tradition of an important decision God had to make on the sixth day of creation: "Should I create humanity?"
Sometimes, in Judaism, the simplest answer is the best answer.
I would like to introduce you to Korach, the much-maligned central character of this week's Torah portion.
In 1978, a phrase was coined by clinical psychologists Pauline R. Clance and Suzanne A. Imes which, to varying degrees, speaks to each of us.
A few weeks ago, while walking from Penn Station to an appointment about five blocks away, I decided to perform a mental experiment.
There is a word which continues to grow in scope and meaning within Judaism. That word is "mindful."
About five years ago, the Reconstructionist movement ran an ad in one of Judaism's national weekly newspapers.
Recently, while waiting to board a flight in Washington, I wandered into a bookstore looking for something to read.
Most Jews are aware the Torah forbids us from eating pork.
A woman who I am currently studying with towards conversion recently posed a question after attending her fiancé's family Seder.
the story of the hardened heart
It was exactly eight years ago this Pesach that I learned a meaningful lesson, both as a rabbi and as a human being.
Her name was Sharon. She has since passed into the world of souls.