Elijah visits us on seder night, to see what he wasn’t able to see back then, that real change can happen when we work to better ourselves.
The story of Esther commemorates the power of women and takes place in March, Women’s History Month, which celebrates their many accomplishments.
While at first Tu B’Shevat can seem simple on its surface, like most Jewish holidays, it has many levels to it.
During Shavuot and Mother’s Day, offer thanks for the sacrifices that mothers make. Mothers sometimes aren’t related to us by blood, but something even thicker and stronger.
Purim is coming! That wonderful holiday when we all wear masks! Yay? No carnivals and parties this year, but it’ll be one day we can happily wear masks.
Tu Bishvat is all about celebrating our connection to the land and the natural wonders of our world including trees, plants, fruits, and more!