Settling into my seat in the quiet car, I sighed as the train pulled out of Union Station. Partially exhausted, thoroughly exhilarated, I was on my way home from Consultation on Conscience – the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism’s (RAC) biennial social justice conference – with a myriad thoughts swirling through my head.
Like other Reform Jewish events in my past, this one was suffused with learning, camaraderie, and ruach (spirit). Being in a room with 800 Reform Jews whose passions align with my own? In a word, thrilling.
Why were we there, these 800 people from 34 states? Pre... Read More