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Welcome To Being A Woman

By On January 24, 2018

Womanhood, and my struggle to contend with its many definitions and impressions on my life. Honest reflections on girlhood and growth, and the revolution of the sacred feminine. … Read More

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Stealing Time From The Cosmos

By On January 23, 2018

For as long as I can remember, I’ve been an early riser. There’s a lovely rhythm to those first waking moments when it's not quite dawn, but night has begun to make… Read More

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I Don’t Trust Rabbis. So I Became One.

By On January 18, 2018

The road to Jewish observance has felt like a constant process of disillusionment. But it was in that disillusionment that I learned to forge my own path.… Read More

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Makeup Stains On The Pages Of The Siddur

By On January 17, 2018

Makeup-stained and marked-up siddur pages remind us that prayer books double over as story books.… Read More

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The Uprising Of The Sacred Feminine In Real Time, (Too)

By On January 17, 2018

A lot of what you are seeing in the world right now is a collective re-triggering of old wounds, in a constant onslaught.… Read More

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The Glory Of Being Over The Hill

By On January 17, 2018

The ticking reminder of time nuzzles against my ribs. Slow down, it says. Do less, take in more. … Read More

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Nerds Who Work Out

By On January 16, 2018

The repetition of lifting a weight, no matter how heavy it is, gives you both a sense of purpose and a sense of openness.… Read More

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Pluralism: Why It Just Doesn’t Do It For Me

By On January 10, 2018

What might happen if instead of seeing any particular political stance, affiliation or agenda, we saw a Jew? A person? A soul?… Read More

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On Respecting Our Past Selves

By On January 10, 2018

Looking back, learning, and laughing with love. How do we relate to who we once were?… Read More

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When My Sister Found Her Husband, I Had To Find Myself

By On January 4, 2018

When my twin sister got married and moved across the country, I needed to figure out what my life looked like without her.… Read More

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