This was an intense few weeks on Neshamas. Our writers shared stories of abuse, loneliness, and a longing for closeness with Hashem. Here are a few of the most memorable posts:
In Why I Sleep Naked Before Rosh Hashanah, A Neshama shares a sensual poem about stripping down spiritually and physically for the new year.
In Waiting For The Impossible a daughter longs for an unlikely apology from an abusive mother.
And, in My Dear Sons… A Letter Of A Baal Teshuva, a divorced Orthodox woman describes the pain she feels in watching her sons try to navigate between her house and the Christian home of their father.
Visit Neshamas to read these and other beautiful posts by anonymous voices yearning to be heard.