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Rivka Nehorai

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Breaking The Culture Of Silence By Learning To Draw

By On December 5, 2017

What causes us to think we know what we are seeing, when, in fact, we are looking away? … Read More

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What Is A “Good Jewish Education”?

By On November 21, 2017

Teach her that to be Jewish is to be kind. … Read More

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There’s No Easy Way To Separate The Sexes

By On November 7, 2017

My personal journey through religious gender separation. … Read More

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It’s Time To Make Horrible Art

By On October 24, 2017

Advice for those wanting to take risks. … Read More

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How Does An Introvert Survive A Three Day Yontif?

By On October 17, 2017

Where is the space in a three day Yontif to balance communal responsibilities and solitary recharging practices? … Read More

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Don’t Dance In Front Of Your Coworkers

By On September 26, 2017

And other Yom Kippur tips for embracing our imperfect selves. … Read More

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This Year, Eating Will Be My Life’s Work

By On September 12, 2017

From now on, I eat my bread washed down with gratitude.… Read More

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Maybe Modern Loneliness Is A Good Thing

By On August 15, 2017

Loneliness is on the rise, at all levels, and perhaps for good reason. Maybe there is a way to capitalize on it. … Read More

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The Overeducation Of Religious Youth

By On July 18, 2017

Is a lack of breathing room causing neurosis?… Read More

Long Read

The Unspoken Loneliness of College Life

By On June 20, 2017

College was the grand disappointment. It was the kidnapping of my inner self, an abrupt shaking of everything I held dear, a promise of salvation that was horribly forgotten.… Read More

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