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In Search Of Unity And Jewish Music

By On August 1, 2017

To attend The Camping Trip for the second year in a row, but this time as performer--I felt like a ten year old girl with a bag full of jelly beans.… Read More

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Wisdom, By Accident

By On July 27, 2017

Never until adulthood did I once consider it was my perspective that needed rescuing.… Read More

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I Will Echo Your Tune

By On July 26, 2017

This time of year calls for reduced joy, but I can't stop listening to the classics. … Read More

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1:08

By On July 25, 2017

MaNishtana returns in all his uncomfortable glory. Like an awkward phoenix rising from the ashes of a cremation urn someone knocked over at a family function.… Read More

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Your Wrinkles Are Prettier Than I Am

By On July 24, 2017

Am I the only one that feels this way?… Read More

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Buddhism: Oy Vey (Except For That One Time)

By On July 23, 2017

Impermanence, no self, non-attachment: no, thanks.… Read More

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The Joyous Chaos Of Summer

By On July 19, 2017

You cannot fight it, so why not join in?… 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

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Fireworks: Even Better Than Licking A Painting At The Museum

By On July 16, 2017

So many common pleasures and interests alienate me, but I love fireworks.… Read More

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Why They Lie To You In BT Yeshiva

By On July 13, 2017

Simple Truth is not simply attained.… Read More

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