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Essay

God of the Bathroom

By On August 7, 2018

I found proof of God on the way out of the bathroom, not that my faith ever needed it.… Read More

Essay

How I Became A Feminist Without Even Trying

By On July 10, 2018

I’m a wife, mother, and writer. A daughter of Israel, a believer in G-d, a traditional Orthodox keeper of the faith who doesn't long ritually for more, has never even been curious… Read More

Essay

Because There Are No Phones In Heaven

By On May 15, 2018

Talking to my grandmother is akin to talking to G-d, a one-sided conversation grounded in my faith that they are both listening, even though they cannot answer. … Read More

Poem

Paris At 6:56 AM

By On March 23, 2018

I am looking to become someone else entirely.   At least to be not what I have been.   To be what I would become on my very last of measured days.… Read More

Essay

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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Very Important Questions From A Very Confused Person

By On December 3, 2017

Deep yet funny questions from an insecure yet ravenously curious person.… Read More

Poem

Uncle Sam’s Musicafe

By On November 27, 2017

Tripping on the 90s.… Read More

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This Week On Neshamas

By On September 15, 2017

This week's Neshama posts.… Read More

Long Read

Approaching Time As A Flat Circle

By On August 24, 2017

A discussion with the creator of the Misaviv Hebrew Circle Calendar.… Read More

Essay

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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