On this Tu B’Shevat (the Jewish festival that celebrates the new year of the trees) how can we continue to learn resilience from the natural world?
The change of Tu B’shevat reminds us that change happens in an ecosystem. Every tree, blade of grass and patch of earth has a role to play in the health of the system. So too with our families.
Like many of you, I have been glued to the news in the U.S. over the past week. A mob storming the Capitol building in Washington D.C. A president’s speech […]
In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, I remember seeing a cartoon in my inbox. The setting was 20 years in the future. A parent and child were having a conversation that went something like this: “Remember that COVID-19 pandemic?” asked the child.
Faith challenges us to “keep faith” in our children and the core belief that they are born capable, with the potential to grow and change.