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Ahava Emunah Lange


From Slavery To Freedom Egypt Is Earth

By On April 1, 2015

As a Jew, it often feels as if we live from Sabbath to Sabbath, holiday to holiday. Every time I go grocery shopping, it’s with Shabbat in mind; never mind if it’s… Read More


Elections Behind Us

By On March 18, 2015

The following is part of the Hevria series “Truth And Dare”, in which Hevria writers have pushed themselves to write about topics they find uncomfortable to share publicly.   The nature of… Read More


Time To Take Off The Masks

By On March 4, 2015

At a certain age, the mask comes off. Maybe we stop caring what every single person thinks of us or perhaps we’re just comfortable with who we’ve become. The lucky people reach… Read More


Confessions Of A Supermom Dropout

By On February 18, 2015

Ahava Emunah confesses to being a former obsessor over parenting styles (of her's and others), and why she chose to give that perspective up.… Read More


If You Can Fake It, You Can Make It

By On February 4, 2015

I suited up in my protective camouflage and allowed myself to fly away into the spiritual arms of God. I swore I’d float myself on a cloud of faith, euphoria, love, and determination… Read More


Women Making Peace (In The Mideast) With Cancer

By On January 21, 2015

Jewish, Muslim, and Christian women basked in 48 hours of meaningful sensations - a phenomenon I pray was captured by the cameras for the world to see.… Read More


Why Cancer Is The Best Way To Live

By On January 7, 2015

We can live life with the focus on the inevitability of death... or we can live life with hope. … Read More



By On December 24, 2014

I was 4 years old when I asked my dad about the oiled African American muscle men in majestic flexed poses, “Why is he brown?” That was when I first realized… Read More



By On December 10, 2014

It's emotionally enhancing to spend hours with enthusiasm and curiosity multiplied by 32. … Read More


Enjoy The Gravy

By On November 26, 2014

I didn't care.That elusive, expected Potential was for prospectors and seekers of future gratification.… Read More

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