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The U.S. government predicts that 40 states and 60% of the earth’s land surface will soon face alarming gaps between the supply and growing demand for water. Israel stands in defiance of this water emergency.

Aron Hirt-Manheimer

Although this week’s Torah portion, Vayeishev, focuses primarily on Joseph, the opening phrase – Jacob now settled in the land of his father’s sojourning, in the land of Canaan – suggests

Rabbi Joel Thal Simonds and Zack Gold
Rabbi Marla J. Feldman

I enjoyed many trips to Nationals Park this summer to watch the Washington Nationals play, and I’ve been thinking a lot about baseball, our national pastime.

Shira M. Zemel

We celebrated the holiday of Tu BiShvat – the “Jewish Arbor Day” – way back in February, and we won’t celebrate it again until January. But no matter: I need to talk about the trees now.

Leanna Cossman

Though Pope Francis may not know it, he and the ancient rabbis have a lot in common.

Jennifer Queen

Summer is when we most often have a moment to examine the beauty of our natural surroundings. But remember when summers weren’t as hot?

Liya Rechtman

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