Some say that the period of Judaism we are now in, its institutions and leaders, are on the verge of major transformation. Many of us don't see it coming.
In one Jewish community after another, the prevailing wisdom is that the "spirituality of Shabbat" is to be experienced by becoming more quiet and still. But this is not the only way.
The blast of the shofar on Rosh Hashanah calls out to all of us: "Wake up! You have been sleeping!" The slumber is clear. The choice is ours. But to what is it that we awaken?