Courageous Vision: Shabbat Hazon (Isaiah 1:1-27)

“Even though our eyes don’t see, our souls see.”  — Babylonian Talmud, Megilah 3aCaryl Barnett was a congregant who died last year from cancer at the age of 78. Caryl was fierce — a skier, biker, mountain climber, therapist, synagogue leader, and mother. And she was blind. She lost her sight in her 20s from a rare disease. But she never lost her vision.This week we mark Shabbat Hazon, the Sabbath of Vision. It takes its name from the opening words of the book of Isaiah, the selection of p … [Read more...]