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July 10, 2014
Elad Nehorai is the creator of Hevria. He also is the writer behind
. His writing has appeared in the Guardian, the Huffington Post, and more.
My Jewish Trauma
16 min read
On learning to finally admit that my experiences in a Jewish community traumatized me.
Hevria’s Next Level Has Arrived: Join Us
14 min read
Elad discusses the rapid transformation and growth of Hevria in one year, what's coming in the next year, and how you can be part of the next stage.
When My Jewish Family Didn’t Want Me Anymore
21 min read
The story of discovering you, my Jewish family. About how you told me I belonged. And how we became so very close. And how one day, years later, you asked me to leave.
Against Perfectionist Judaism
9 min read
I had to fight against perfectionism to find myself as a writer. And now, I'm learning how many of those lessons apply to my life as a Jew.
Why I Stayed Orthodox
13 min read
When I lost faith in the rabbi that convinced me to be orthodox, one would have expected me to give up on orthodoxy altogether. Here's why I stayed committed.
Failing My Way To Leadership
8 min read
I did everything wrong. And yet somehow, I keep trying to lead. Here is why.
The Neighborhood Kvetch
3 min read
The town was finally sick of the constant complaining. And this time, the rabbi was on their side.
Why Jewish Artists Will Continue To Be Rebels
14 min read
It seems that so many of us public Jewish figures turn on our communities. Here's why it will keep happening, and why it might be a good thing.
What Going To A Movie Taught Me About Community
6 min read
I went to see a movie that only a few loved, but those few loved with all their hearts. And that, in a nutshell, is what a community is.
We Must Stop Expecting Jewish Artists To Be Tzadikim
26 min read
When we expect Jewish artists to be tzadikim, we stop religious art from flourishing.
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