Elizabeth Danziger

Elizabeth Danziger

On Knowledge and Humility

Some people believe the Earth is flat. They’re wrong, of course, but don’t try to tell them that. They have their reasons.

Raising Responsible Generations

The desire to live a Jewish life and make a Jewish home takes more than teachers giving lessons. It takes the model of parents walking the walk.

Healing Breached Walls

So is breaking down a wall a good thing or a bad thing? Depending on how we respond, it can be harmful or healing

Where Is the Burning Bush?

In Parsha Shemot, we read about Moses’ encounter with God at the burning bush. According to the text, Moses was wandering through the wilderness with his sheep, minding his own business, when he noticed a nearby bush that was burning yet was not consumed.

The Kippah That Traveled the World

At a time when many observant Jews feel they must circle the wagons and keep outsiders out, let’s remember the power of an open door. 

Acceptance vs Blame During Elul

Since I began focusing more consistently on welling up with acceptance rather than raining down blame, I have changed.


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