Life is busy.

Even our ancient rabbis realized this back in the 2nd century when they wrote, “Do not say I will study when I have leisure, because you may never have leisure.” (Pirke Avot 1:17) When the high holidays arrive, life feels busier than ever, preparing for the holidays, cooking, cleaning, and welcoming friends and family. Even at this busy moment in our lives, our tradition reminds us that study should be a daily part of our lives. 

There is no better time to engage in Jewish learning than right now. Here are a few suggestions for how to incorporate Jewish learning into your daily life.

High Holidays in Jewish Baltimore

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