Our world is in deep crisis, a planetary earthquake. Old stabilities -- economic, political, ecological, sexual, familial -- are shaking beneath our feet and in our bellies. What can Judaism do to create from this crisis a planetary community, rather than a global disaster? What shape would a "transformative Judaism" have to take -- concerned not only with renewing the Jewish people but also with healing the world? Rabbi Arthur Waskow provides a fascinating glimpse into the heart of these questions and appeals for new thought as well as new action. For an even fuller exploration of "transformative Judaism," click to his essay here. Add your own comments after his essay!