The shofar is our ancient meditation, encouraging us to withdraw from the noise of life and go in.
When my mother received a death threat, I got an unusual wakeup call.
And a lesson from the sounding of the Shofar.
God wants a relationship with us. How badly do you want a relationship with Him?
How a community of Jews defied the Spanish Inquisition to listen to the Shofar.
The shofar’s cry is God calling out my name, looking for me.
How our body’s reaction to hearing the shofar’s blast primes us for real change.
The primal cry of the shofar expresses the deepest core of a person that words alone cannot reach.
From the narrow opening of the shofar, comes the wide expanse of relief.
The shofar blast reminds us that our essence is truly free.
The shofar arouses the divine voice within, calling us back to our Source.
The quintessential symbol of Rosh Hashana is more than just a primitive trumpet.