Sermon
3 years ago • Sep 20, 2020

On Being Alone

By
Rabbi David Kasher

Rosh Hashana II 5781 Sermon. I want to tell you, today, a little bit about what it has been like being alone, living alone during this pseudo-quarantine, and spending most of my time, for half a year now, alone in my house.

I want to talk about it in part because I know there are a lot of you out there who have been alone during this time, and I want to lift up this experience of ours – a shout of solidarity to my brothers and sisters in solitude!

But I also want to talk about it because I learned things from that solitude, and because I think there’s something important about being alone that matters for us all.