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Elad Nehorai

Story

The Crow In Your Chest

By On January 19, 2017

There is a crow in your chest, pecking, gnawing, begging to be let free. You stuff it down and try to pretend it is not there. But the deeper it goes, the… Read More

Hevria News

Introducing Neshamas: A Site For Anonymous Jewish Writing

By On January 10, 2017

Elad announces a new Hevria project: a website designed to give voice to the voiceless by accepting only anonymous pieces.… Read More

Story

When The Ground Beneath You Breaks Apart

By On January 5, 2017

What happens when you stop living the life others want you to live? The ground breaks apart underneath you.… Read More

Story

The World You Left And The World You’re Going To

By On December 22, 2016

A story for all those who left their worlds and found another.… Read More

Essay

I’m Not Open-Minded

By On December 8, 2016

I had always thought of myself as open-minded. But then I faced a choice that forced me to introspect about what I really am.… Read More

Essay

Jews Are United, Whether We Like It Or Not

By On November 24, 2016

We're all working together, creating a world we could only have imagined generations ago. And yet... we don't seem to be aware of it.… Read More

Essay

Doing Election Teshuva

By On November 10, 2016

I lost friends. I lost fans. I divided people I had once felt united with. But that's not what I ended up regretting.… Read More

Essay

How Belief Finally Changed Me

By On October 27, 2016

It turns out that habit changes require a final, spiritual key to make them lasting: belief. And it took a book about the science of habit change to help me realize… Read More

Essay

Why I Never Write Anonymously

By On October 13, 2016

I've never written an anonymous piece of writing, even when sharing my most personal experiences. Here's why.… Read More

Essay

Why I Stopped Calling Myself Chabad

By On September 29, 2016

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. … Read More

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