Essay

Heroes and Villains

By On January 29, 2018

Everyone is the hero in their own story. But what about the stories other people tell?… Read More

Essay

The Joys Of Being Treated Like A Sack Of Crap

By On January 28, 2018

Bad treatment brings challenge, adventure, and humor if you open your mind.… Read More

HevriaCast

HevriaCast Episode 30: Isaiah Rothstein

By On January 28, 2018

What happens when we start actually giving voice to those who don't fit with the prevailing mainstream narrative of a culture? This question and more is discussed in this week's episode of… Read More

Hevria News

Neshamas Are Lonely

By On January 26, 2018

Neshamas battle feelings of loneliness, loss, and abandonment.… Read More

List

My Thoughts When You Quit Observant Judaism

By On January 25, 2018

Thoughts I had when you left me behind.… Read More

Essay

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

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

List

7 Observations from Disney World

By On January 23, 2018

People in Disney World are kind and courteous. They are also being emotionally pampered by dozens of workers during their visit. Good places inspire people to give what they get. … Read More

Guest Post

Why I Don’t Regret My Yeshiva Education

By On January 22, 2018

Is Yeshiva education still relevant in a secular world?… Read More

Poem

Not Surrender But Defeat

By On January 22, 2018

I inventoried, checked boxes, made graphs. It all adds up to nothing, zilch, nada. … Read More

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