Physically Distant but Never Disconnected: Thoughts for Shavuot

Shared by Adam Minsky, President & CEO, UJA Federation of Greater Toronto

We are grateful to have received the below recommended readings from rabbis across our community..
Seasons of Love: Rabbi Sacks on Shavuot – recommended by Rabbi Wayne Allen

Egalitarian Society, Jewish Stylerecommended by Rabbi Dr. Rafi Cashman

Auschwitz or Sinai?recommended by Rabbi Adam Cutler

Shavuot and the Meaning of the Covenantrecommended by Rabbi Ed Elkin

Shavuot Messagerecommended by Rabbi Aaron Flanzraich

Corona and Keter, Disease and Divinity – recommended by Rav Baruch Frydman-Kohl

Kabbalah, Chassidism and Jewish Mysticism- Text of the Tanya: Chapter 32 recommended by Rabbi Moshe Goldman

Halachic Perspectives on the Coronavirus – recommended by Rabbi Dr. Seth N. Grauer

Reflections on Torah Education and Mis-Educationrecommended by Rabbi Jarrod Grover

What is Emunat HaKhamim?recommended by Rabbi David Kadoch

Hilchos Yom Tov – recommended by Rabbi Elishai Kohananoo

A Brief History of Torah Study – recommended by Rabbi Howard Morrison

The Bones of Briskrecommended by Rabbi John Moscowitz

The Mitzvah to Encourage the Convertrecommended by Rabbi Louis J. Sachs

Rupture and Reconstruction: The Transformation of Contemporary Orthodoxy – recommended by Rabbi Yossi Sapirman

Shavuot: Torah is Life recommended by Rabbi Phillip Scheim

The Exquisite Challenge of Care recommended by Rabbi Michal Shekel

Ten Jewish Sensibilities recommended by Rabbi Yael Splansky

Slavery, Morality and Baseballrecommended by Rabbi Chaim Strauchler