Now, perhaps more than any other time in our lives, the teachings of our namesake Rabbi A. J. Heschel inspire us to view the world around us with a sense of awe and wonder. We are excited to launch our Awe and Wonder Community Photography project. We encourage you to capture moments of awe and wonder in your own lives, and to send us photographs by emailing email@example.com or post them using the hashtag #heschelaweandwonder.
Above is a picture of a tree planted from seed by Deborah Mazer (alumni student) with encouragement from school founder, Ellen Kessler. The picture was taken by alumni parent, Karen Chisvin.
Pictured above are photographs taken by Moreh Aiden on his nightly walks around his neighbourhood with his dog.
Pictured above is a photograph taken by Morah Daphne of a cardinal in flight.
Pictured above are photographs of a robin and it’s nest taken by the Singer family.
Pictured on the left is a photograph of a rainbow wall taken by Grade 4 student Deya. Pictured on the right is a photograph of a magnolia tree taken by Moreh Aiden.
Pictured above are photographs by Morah Shachar taken on a walk.
“Remember that there is meaning beyond absurdity. Know that every deed counts, that every word is power…Above all, remember that you must build your life as if it were a work of art.”
Pictured above are photographs by Morah Judith Leitner, taken from her balcony.
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