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The Hidden Life Of The Infertile Woman

By On September 26, 2016

There is the woman everyone sees, the one devoted to the community and her family. And then there is the woman no one sees. The infertile woman.… Read More

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Monday Morning Get-Together: If Your Year Was A Song, What Would It Be?

By On September 26, 2016

Days before Rosh Hashanah, I want to hear all your sense memories. If your year was a song, what would it be? … Read More

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Imagine Doing This At 4am

By On September 26, 2016

What if our ritualized Selichot looked like this?… Read More

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My Raw Thoughts And Prayers For The Holiest Time Of The Year

By On September 25, 2016

My heartfelt, sometimes anguished thoughts and prayers for this special time of year. I need help, and I'm not afraid to ask.… Read More

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Smells Like Elul Spirit

By On September 22, 2016

Angst of an Elul midnight.… Read More

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A Ba’al Teshuvah, A Convert And A Tourist

By On September 21, 2016

walk into a bar (not really).… Read More

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I Don’t Believe In Hebrew School And I Teach It Anyway

By On September 21, 2016

Someone's gotta teach you the Alef-Bet.… Read More

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Why Hevria Needs You

By On September 20, 2016

Some thoughts about Hevria and things you may not know about it, where we're headed, and why you matter so much to us.… Read More

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Dude, Slow Down

By On September 20, 2016

We yell at others who speed. But... don't we all race too quickly?… Read More

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In Judaism, First Things First

By On September 20, 2016

There’s a slippery slope between binding, Torah laws, customs, and community norms that attempt to socialize people through fear and control. And lately, this whole thing is bothering me. A lot.… Read More