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Saul Sudin


Remember, Forgive Yourself Through Art

By On September 8, 2016

Another holiday season is fast approaching. Who have you been this year? Were you your best self? Were you even you? These are the things we should think about as we look… Read More


Where Is My Home?

By On August 11, 2016

The old adage goes, “You can never go home again”. So when I've spent so much time on the road and finally walk through that door once again, what am I returning… Read More


Jews Are Not The Chosen People

By On June 30, 2016

Where is this idea of being chosen even sourced?… Read More


How Am I Not Myself?

By On April 21, 2016

Three stages to freedom from ego.… Read More


The Levi Who Couldn’t Sing

By On April 7, 2016

The High Priest felt a single drop of sweat cascade down his brow. That distraction paled as the High Priest’s ears perked up to catch one choral voice gratingly out of harmony… Read More


How We Make The Hevria Sessions

By On March 10, 2016

The second series of The Hevria Sessions launched recently, and with that I want to pull back the curtain a little bit and discuss what it takes for a little website like… Read More


A British Rock Star, Israeli Composer, and Indian Ensemble Walk Into A Recording Studio

By On February 11, 2016

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before.… Read More


Let’s Fix Ourselves Before Having Kids

By On January 28, 2016

My wife and I are celebrating ten years together. But we chose to push off having kids.… Read More


Survival Tips In A Shallow And Dogmatic Society

By On January 14, 2016

Dear religious people, if you’re reading this, it may already be too late. Dear anti-religious people, if you’re reading this, it may already be too late. But let me share something with… Read More


The Robot Minyan

By On December 15, 2015

Potash Feldspar woke up and looked at the time. There, glowing brighter as the day progressed, the information projected on the closed drapes read 8:01AM. 58 degrees Fahrenheit. Hanetz at 8:45AM. His… Read More

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