Sermon
2 years ago • Sep 7, 2021

The Still, Small Voice

By
Rabbi Sharon Brous

Rosh Hashanah I, 5782 Sermon. We’re taught calculus and economics, US History and British Literature in school, but we’re hardly taught anything at all about how to get quiet, how to find awe, to cultivate conscience, to develop a moral compass. We start the year with a call to stillness: a reordering of our inner world. A discernment practice that is both spiritually and morally audacious, and utterly essential today.