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Yocheved Sidof

Poem

To The Maccabees Of Today

By On December 27, 2016

An ode to the modern day maccabee. … Read More

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I Have A Vulnerability Hangover Because The World Wants Us To Be Quiet

By On December 13, 2016

What are you keeping inside?… Read More

Essay

Addiction Doesn’t Care If You’re Frum

By On November 29, 2016

Someone you know is battling for their soul. Are we ready to get real?… Read More

Essay

I Told A Reform Jew What I Really Think

By On November 16, 2016

In a world seemingly absent of Soul, what’s the point of Peoplehood, anyway?… Read More

Poem

Until I Won’t Break

By On November 1, 2016

What will it take to help me surrender?… Read More

Essay

In Judaism, First Things First

By On September 20, 2016

There’s a slippery slope between binding, Torah laws, customs, and community norms that attempt to socialize people through fear and control. And lately, this whole thing is bothering me. A lot.… Read More

Essay

A Prayer For The First Day Of School

By On September 6, 2016

For many, today is the first day of school. I planned on writing this piece with advice for parents and teachers for a successful new school year – think a little bit… Read More

Poem

The Sounds Of Mikvah

By On August 23, 2016

Which words scream louder underwater?… Read More

Essay

Is Watching The Olympics With My Daughter A Tease?

By On August 9, 2016

What if watching the Olympics together would spark something in her that I cannot control?… Read More

Essay

Is There Greater Value In Educating The Observant?

By On July 28, 2016

What kind of Jewish education, and for whom, is more vital? More nuanced? More indicative of a thriving Jewish future? … Read More

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