Upcoming Events

December 13, 2015 - 4:00pm - May 8, 2016 - 6:30pm
Jewish Federation of Sarasota, FL
Location: Sarasota, FL 
2015/16 Schedule: December 13, January 10, February 14, March 13, April 10, May 8.

How Can We Connect Our Artistic...
January 10, 2015 - 8:50am - December 30, 2015 - 8:50am

Reclaiming Judaism Press invites written submissions of spiritual reflections on one or more Hebrew word drawn from one of the Hebrew roots below. This will be juried for potential inclusion in exhibition panels and the exhibition book for Sara Harwin's Illuminated Letters: Threads of...

New Articles

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by Barry Bub, MD

This free example article is from the recently released 2nd edition of Seeking and Soaring: Jewish Approaches to Spiritual Guidance and Development, published in honor of Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi. Eds. Rabbis Goldie Milgram and Shohama Wiener, Reclaiming...

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New Releases

Goldie Milgram and Ellen Frankel, (Eds) with Arthur Kurzweil, Batya Podos, Peninnah Schram, Danny Siegel, Mindy Shapiro and Shoshana Silberman
Reclaiming Judaism Press

Looking for stories that excite the imagination, open the heart, and support good values? This juried volume, the second in the award-winning Mitzvah-Centered Life Initiative, offers vibrant new Jewish folklore,...

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Reclaiming Judaism Press

Seeking and Soaring provides the opportunity to meet and learn from thirty-one Jewish spiritual guides, teachers and scholars...

New Blog Posts

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There is still time before the sun sets to engage in Omer Day Forty-Eight, Yesod sheh b'Malchut and to enter the last day of the Omer, Shabbat (Malchut) sheh b'Malchut. While teaching in Charlottesville a few weeks ago and offering a Yesod contemplation, the question became: How has your...

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There is still time before the sunsets to engage in Omer Day Forty-Seven, Hod sheh b'Malchut. Reb Zalman described Hod as "a Zen garden," the one depicted here is located at our favorite garden in the world thus far, Chanticleer. Notice the pink flowers that could be for today...