Poem

If Really You Doubt

By On October 18, 2018

An ode by a predator to his prey.… Read More

young child covering face with hands dirty from multicolor paint
Essay

Life With Stains

By On October 18, 2018

I need to make a mess. Life is messy. Bloody. Full of spit-up and pee and you’re helpless and you need me and I need to accept that I actually need to… Read More

Essay

Give And Take

By On October 17, 2018

And so I go. Around the corner, the incline lighting up my thigh muscles, I adlib my usual muttered warrior pep-talk, declaring that I can do it. I can climb this; I… Read More

Guest Post

Does God Expect Me To Be Perfect Before Granting Me A Child?

By On October 17, 2018

I try hard to bury the pain of infertility... But I can't always do it.… Read More

HevriaCast

HevriaCast: Flatbush Girl Talks About Being A Jewish Rebel

By On October 16, 2018

Frum Instagram star Adina Miles (AKA Flatbush Girl) made a splash when she spoke out against women being erased from orthodox publications. In this episode of HevriaCast, Elad speaks with her about… Read More

Culture

Isaiah Rothstein’s Video Reminds Us The Path To Joy Is Gratitude

By On October 16, 2018

Zayah's song and video are a joyful reminder of the importance of gratitude.… Read More

Essay

Not Coping Well With a Whole Month of That

By On October 16, 2018

I did not have a good run up to, or a good time during, the High Holidays. The rain and the mosquitoes made hanging out in a sukkah a lot less fun… Read More

Guest Post

The Day My Inner Child Cries For My Father

By On October 15, 2018

The day I miss my father the most.… Read More

Essay

Why I Stayed Orthodox

By On October 11, 2018

When I lost faith in the rabbi that convinced me to be orthodox, one would have expected me to give up on orthodoxy altogether. Here's why I stayed committed.… Read More

Poem

Eim / Mother

By On October 10, 2018

One last contraction, push.… Read More

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