Poem

As Evening Became Night

By On April 18, 2018

A poem for those in it for the long run.… Read More

Essay

Sirens And Symbols: Scenes From My Balcony

By On April 18, 2018

Elizabeth considers the challenges of memory and commemoration, all from the standpoint of her Jerusalem balcony. … Read More

Essay

On Love, Fatigue, And Motherhood

By On April 17, 2018

Motherhood is different now. And so am I.… Read More

Essay

How Do I Learn To Stop Escaping?

By On April 17, 2018

Is the desire to escape hereditary?… Read More

Guest Post

The Tastes And Memories Of My Childhood In Post-War Soviet Ukraine

By On April 16, 2018

Memories and recipes from my childhood in the Ukraine.… Read More

Poem

A Wanderlust Song

By On April 16, 2018

A band of liars and thieves sing a song of desire and atonement.… Read More

HevriaCast

HevriaCast Episode 35: Naftali Hanau

By On April 14, 2018

Can a businessman be creative? Can a business itself be creative? If so, what does all that reveal about creativity itself? Elad is joined by Naftali Hanau, founder and CEO of Grow… Read More

Hevria News

Neshamas Try To Reconnect

By On April 13, 2018

Neshamas try to find their way back to feeling connected.… Read More

Essay

When Yeshiva Is Too Perfect

By On April 12, 2018

On the pain of leaving yeshiva, and the tools baalei teshuva need to enter Jewish society healthily and productively.… Read More

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Story

Can I Miss The Past Without Wanting It Back?

By On April 11, 2018

Prose on memories and what they're worth, if anything.… Read More

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