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Rivka Nehorai

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A Call To Shluchim In The Age Of Trump

By On June 19, 2018

We changed our lives because of what you told us Judaism stood for. Now we're waiting for you. … Read More

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How My Body Solved Questions My Mind Couldn’t Answer

By On June 6, 2018

A personal encounter into the world of somatic therapy. … Read More

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How Teaching Elevates The Teacher

By On May 9, 2018

Reflections from a teacher's first year in the pedagogical trenches. … Read More

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Why I Don’t Fear The World Forgetting The Holocaust

By On April 25, 2018

The onus is, and has always been, ours.… Read More

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When Orthodoxy is Liberating

By On April 10, 2018

On internal power, misogyny, and Beyonce. … Read More

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The Pain Of Trump Times Pushes Me To Dig Deeper Towards Jewish Unity

By On March 6, 2018

The beauty of the Hebrew, the imposition of the commandment, and the laughter of the night, tie us together. I I forget everything; the picket lines, the ugly words, and the deep,… Read More

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Ever Since WiFi, Subway Artistry Has Gone Downhill

By On February 13, 2018

As an artist, I'm going nuts. … Read More

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How To Be A Mother Artist

By On January 31, 2018

As if there's a choice. … Read More

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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

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Staying Soft In A Hard World

By On January 2, 2018

Can I maintain my soft stillness in the midst of a loud cacophony of other voices?… Read More

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