As I write in my haggadah:
Questioning is a sign of freedom, and so we begin with questions.
Does every question have an answer? Is the ability to function without having all the answers one more stage of liberation? Can we be enslaved to an obsessive search for the answer?
I collect them here.
For over 25 years I taught the Introduction to Judaism course offered by the UAHC/URJ in New York, New Jersey and in San Diego.
I think that being Jewish is a wonderfully exciting way to live. Some people approach and wonder if they can do it too. For many years I taught a course that suggests some of the hows and excitement of becoming and being Jewish.
last updated Wednesday, October 20, 2010