Celebration, Innovation and Trees: Our Week in Wisdom

On The Wisdom Daily this week (June 22-26), we explored the value of Inside Out for people of all ages, the empowering choice to appreciate “the little things” in life, the book validating a wide range of personal faith journeys, the innovative rabbi breaking with tradition to serve his community and the historic national milestone celebrating the right to get married. Did you grow wiser this week? We hope The Wisdom Daily played a part.


InsideOut.Still.Pixar.620Wisdom on Games, Brains and Progress: Must-Read Links?- TWD

Check out these insightful pieces about topics from spotting patterns to overcoming defeat. You may be particularly intrigued to read about the Pixar film captivating people of all ages with its profound take on emotional health. Whatever’s transpiring in your life, may you find the words of wisdom you need… READ MORE


ManForest.620Missing the Trees for the Forest?- Brad Hirschfield

We’re all familiar with the expression about missing the forest for the trees, about small details that undermine our appreciation of the “big picture.” That’s often good advice. After all, who among us hasn’t gotten bogged down in the details of a situation…?READ MORE


WomanReading.620No Ordinary Book About Faith?- Brad Hirschfield

I recently read a book I’m delighted to share, called Femmevangelical: The Modern Girl’s Guide to the Good News, by Jennifer D. Crumpton. Let’s take a closer look at what the good reverend writes.?Yes, I said reverend, but it shouldn’t scare you off; this is no ordinary… READ MORE


PopUpRabbi.A.620A Pop-up Rabbi! – Irwin Kula

According to a new Pew report, institutional religion in America is clearly weakening. With spiritual resources increasingly accessible independent of old institutions and authorities, there are now more Americans religiously unaffiliated…?READ MORE


MarriageEqualityAmerica.620 A True Marriage Celebration – Brad Hirschfield

From Odyssey Networks’ Faith on the Record series: Today, our U.S. Supreme Court struck down bans on same-sex marriage. In all candor, as an Orthodox rabbi, I don’t perform same-sex wedding ceremonies. Yet I applaud this decision with a full heart. “The institution of marriage was celebrated today… READ MORE




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