Hevria News

Neshamas Struggle With Their Relationship to Hashem

By On January 19, 2018

Neshamas try to understand G-d's will.… Read More

Essay

I Don’t Trust Rabbis. So I Became One.

By On January 18, 2018

The road to Jewish observance has felt like a constant process of disillusionment. But it was in that disillusionment that I learned to forge my own path.… Read More

Culture

The Leviim Gallery Is Making Fine Judaic Art Accessible To All

By On January 18, 2018

The Leviim Gallery exemplifies Chabad ideals.… Read More

Essay

Makeup Stains On The Pages Of The Siddur

By On January 17, 2018

Makeup-stained and marked-up siddur pages remind us that prayer books double over as story books.… Read More

Essay

The Uprising Of The Sacred Feminine In Real Time, (Too)

By On January 17, 2018

A lot of what you are seeing in the world right now is a collective re-triggering of old wounds, in a constant onslaught.… Read More

Essay

The Glory Of Being Over The Hill

By On January 17, 2018

The ticking reminder of time nuzzles against my ribs. Slow down, it says. Do less, take in more. … Read More

Essay

Nerds Who Work Out

By On January 16, 2018

The repetition of lifting a weight, no matter how heavy it is, gives you both a sense of purpose and a sense of openness.… Read More

Guest Post

A Ritual Gone Wrong

By On January 15, 2018

What happens when you can't stop dunking into the mikvah?… Read More

Poem

Ten Limericks For Family Life

By On January 15, 2018

I know Gershon Legman held the opinion that limericks were not meant to be clean, but this is a family post, so, sorry! Or, you're welcome!… Read More

Poem

Souls And Selfishness

By On January 14, 2018

Knowing other souls: glorious, but maybe the end of fun.… Read More

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