Just a word in the dictionary.
If your name happens to be Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, retirement is nothing more than a word in your dictionary.
The central theme of the video is the ethos of Purim - is it to be funny, or to consider suffering and salvation? Is it about passing around presents, or caring for friends?
Blair, who served concurrently during Sacks' tenure as Chief Rabbi of Britain, called him one of his "heroes."
"He considered it a great tribute to the Jewish people that someone like Vice President Pence would turn to a Jewish source for guidance on such matters.”
“We are a global people, and must therefore use social media platforms and the world’s newest technologies to inspire us," said Rabbi Sacks.
As we mark the centenary of the Balfour Declaration, Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks considers what it meant in 1917 – and what it means today.
Three events have been cancelled at UK universities.
Articulating a vision of modern Western renewal based on Torah teachings.
An interview with former British chief rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks.