Dec 26, 2019
There was a man who, when he said his morning prayers, would add something new to the end every day. "Oh God, there is so much sickness in the world, why don’t you do something?”" Well, why doesn’t God do something? Cantor Ellen Dreskin retells the story.
Dec 19, 2019
Rivka is preparing for Yom Kippur when she gets an unexpected visitor. It’s a stranger, who asks her to keep her samovar (a silver pot used for making tea) while she goes on a trip. Rivka agrees, and as soon as the woman leaves, curious things start to happen. How could a tea pot completely change Rivka’s life?...
Dec 12, 2019
Years ago, the Chiribim and Chiribam families were enemies--but, the feud had been going on for so long that nobody could even remember how it began! Eventually, the rabbi decided that he would bring the families together and urge them to make peace. He asked both families to meet him in the forest, but after forgetting...
Dec 5, 2019
The king, who is ready to retire, is holding a contest to find his successor. He gives seeds to all of the young people in the kingdom, and tells them whoever can grow the finest tree, plant, or crop will become king. A young boy with a green thumb knows that he has a real shot at winning, but no matter what he does, he...
Nov 28, 2019
How do we know if we're always doing our best at what we do? What is the best, and most ethical, way to find out? This week, join Jerry Kaye as he explores this idea through the story of a young woman making a phone call and how we too can keep ourselves most accountable.