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Rivki Silver

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

Essay

Gam Zeh Ya’Avor

By On January 1, 2018

This one goes out to all the people just trying to get through it… Read More

Essay

Conquering The Ghost Of Chanukah Past

By On December 18, 2017

We come back to the same place in time year after year, but are we the same?… Read More

Essay

I Don’t Have The Answers

By On November 20, 2017

And why should I? I’m only 37. My oldest child is only eight. I have so much to learn, and sense that even if I’m fortunate enough to gain wisdom, there will… Read More

Essay

Shelo Asani Isha

By On November 6, 2017

I totally get that bracha, I really really do.… Read More

Essay

The Simcha In Hard Work

By On October 9, 2017

If it’s not fun or easy, then it’s hard, and if it’s hard, then who wants to try?… Read More

Review

Radiant Others: A Podcast And An Album

By On September 24, 2017

Dan Blacksberg kindly provides us food for thought and a soundtrack to take us into the new year.… Read More

List

Three Things My Backyard Garden Taught Me About Successful Living

By On August 28, 2017

Who knew you could learn so much from some plants?… Read More

Essay

Don’t Wait Until The Time Is Right

By On August 14, 2017

You gotta just jump right in… Read More

Essay

What Does It Mean To Be Authentic?

By On August 2, 2017

Living in a world where people are constantly being called out for hypocrisies, do we even really know what it means to be authentic?… Read More

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