Essay

The Simcha In Hard Work

By On October 9, 2017

If it’s not fun or easy, then it’s hard, and if it’s hard, then who wants to try?… Read More

Essay

Sukkot: Thoughts On A Jewish Way To Embrace (And Escape!) Nature

By On October 8, 2017

Nature is lovely as long as it's not too nature-y. Sukkot seems in harmony with that notion.… Read More

Story

“Cain, May I Have A Moment Of Your Time?”

By On October 3, 2017

A story about one man and G-d, and what their moment foretold for the rest of us.… Read More

Essay

An Open Letter To Whole Foods

By On October 3, 2017

We are not a joke. Your ethnicity is not a joke. Your religion is not a joke. Because Yom Kippur isn’t about fasting.… Read More

Collection

An Artistic Reply To The Violence In Las Vegas

By On October 3, 2017

Sometime it is not enough to cry alone. In this post, Hevria's writers join together in mournful creativity to grieve over the horrific attack in Las Vegas.… Read More

Guest Post

I Am A Spiritual Faker

By On October 2, 2017

How I learned to embrace feeling like a spiritual phony.… Read More

Hevria News

This Week On Neshamas

By On September 29, 2017

This week on Neshamas… Read More

Long Read

Confronting The Last Chicken In Brooklyn

By On September 28, 2017

It was the last chicken in Brooklyn. Well, the last one that was still clucking.… Read More

Essay

What If Every Day Was Yom Kippur?

By On September 27, 2017

But why can't every day with G-d be a chag? A holiday. If G-d is everywhere then why can he only enter the field one month out of the lowly year?… Read More

Poem

The Cartography Of Heaven

By On September 27, 2017

Is it even a leap of faith if you know you can’t help but land softly?… Read More

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