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The Holocaust On Display

By On April 23, 2017

A review of the Ross Collection of Photos of the Lodz Ghetto at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, as well as a poem inspired by the exhibit.… Read More

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How To Get A Room Of Teenagers To Meditate

By On April 10, 2017

Their faces twitched. Their eyes fluttered. So did mine. Everyone's do. I didn't look at the clock, I simply existed in the moment in a room full of young girls, six years… Read More

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The Seduction Of Loneliness

By On April 4, 2017

An introspective take on loneliness, from a religious Jew who has been through it in a powerful and painful way.… Read More

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I Can’t Speak Hebrew (But Really, I Can)

By On April 3, 2017

On learning to appreciate the small moments of growth.… Read More

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I Cry

By On March 28, 2017

I cry (a lot) (and in public, too).… Read More

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Disconnecting Our Actions From Our Souls

By On March 27, 2017

I can’t speak, for I fear I’ll say the wrong thing. I know nothing. I’ll never learn anything new. These are the abilities I have and that will never change. I’ll just… Read More

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Our Baby Down The Waste Pipe

By On March 20, 2017

A father's raw, unfiltered, and heartbreaking experience with miscarriage.… Read More

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Morning Shift At The Jewish Retirement Home

By On March 13, 2017

I come here in the early mornings / intruding in a still barbed wired reality / your body crawled out, but your mind never did, / not really.… Read More

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My Brother Left For Israel. And I Changed.

By On March 13, 2017

When he left, I was battling a chronic illness, unable to visit him. And now, I revisit that moment, changed.… Read More

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How Performative Utterances Make Us Like G-D

By On March 13, 2017

We are very much aware that G-d created the world with speech, something man is utterly incapable of; isn’t he?… Read More

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