Hard times take many forms. Perhaps the loss of a job or other economic hardship. Maybe the devastation of a flood or other natural disaster. Hardship might even be the horror of violent assault. Just getting out of bed can be an act of great courage at times like these. Whisper a prayer for yourself, or say one for your friend. Hope will find you.
They kept telling me that once we got through the terrible summer, the “summer of yuck” as we called it, that I would find light, happiness and health. They tried to reassure me, as we checked each...
But we must recall the innate human dignity of every person, every prisoner, and recognize their need for healing, too.
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In Kabbalah, the current month on the Hebrew calendar, Iyar, is the month of healing. Its spelling—aleph, yud, yud, resh—corresponds to the first letters of the words “Ani Yud-Yud Rofecha,” “I am G-...