Who by water, who by fire? Her words, her days, her moments are being scaled.
Because the answers are not enough.
Elad Nehorai takes us on the journey of letting go of an identity, from a change in beliefs to a change in dress, and finally to letting go of a label. (A long read).
How a medical student's visit to the Betty Ford Center changed his perspective on choice, nullification of will, and Judaism as a whole.
What if our ritualized Selichot looked like this?
Why read a depressing book on a happy holiday?… Read More
Reflections on community, from a Yom Kippur of inspiration and challenge. … Read More
We just came through Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur’s around the corner. And I can’t stop thinking of death approaching on the roaring winds of this ruthless and deadly storm.… Read More
I've never written an anonymous piece of writing, even when sharing my most personal experiences. Here's why.… Read More
We prayed for change. We prayed for things to stay the same. We prayed that G-d do whatever G-d wanted to with us, because we couldn't handle the choices.… Read More
A personal meditation on teshuva before Yom Kippur.… Read More
Who by water, who by fire? Her words, her days, her moments are being scaled.… Read More
A series of dilemmas, for readers and for me, that reach towards profound questions of ultimate meaning.… Read More
A poetic interaction with sacred texts for Kol Nidre, created for Open Temple's service.… Read More
I regret those words as soon as I think them. But it’s true.… Read More
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