“True greatness is showing respect to the people other people don't notice. The people who show respect win respect.”

Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks

“True greatness is showing respect to the people other people don't notice. The people who show respect win respect.”

Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks

Perspectives

Help Rabbi Sacks with an exciting digital project...

  Dear Friends, Together with The Forever Project, and with the support of our friends at Maimonides Fund, I am excited to be working on a unique digital project that will enable me to connect with people across the world Using exclusively pre-recorded high definition video, and through the wonders of voice recognition software, we are going to create an online, interactive... Read more

The Greatness of Being Jewish

At the 2017 Olami Summit in London, together with Naftali Bennett, Israel’s Minister for Diaspora Affairs, Rabbi Sacks had the … Read more

We've been through too much to simply go back to where we were (Thought for the Day)

When the worst of the pandemic is over, what kind of future will we seek? Will we try as far … Read more

Covenant & Conversation

Moral vs. Political Decisions (Pinchas 5780)

Download the accompanying Family Edition here!   The coronavirus pandemic raised a series of deep moral and political issues.[1] How … Read more

The Hidden Meaning of the Bilam Story (Balak 5780)

Download the accompanying Family Edition here! Many questions have rightly been asked about the story of Balak and Bilam and … Read more

Family Edition

Moral vs. Political Decisions (Pinchas 5780) – Family Edition

Click on the image below to download this week’s Family Edition of Covenant & Conversation for Pinchas. The Family Edition … Read more

  • Video Highlights

    Morality: Restoring the Common Good in Divided Times

  • Video Highlights

    'Making Space: A Jewish Theology of the Other'

  • Video Highlights

    Rabbi Sacks on the coronavirus pandemic (Extended Newsnight interview)

Quotes

'The best way of breaking down barriers between people or communities is through simple, unforced acts of kindness. One act can undo years of estrangement.""

The Home We Build Together, p.132

Morality in the 21st Century

‘Morality in the 21st Century’ – Listen to Rabbi Sacks’ BBC Radio series

Earlier this year, Rabbi Sacks explored the issue of morality in the 21st century as part of a series of … Read more

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