Emily Zimmer·5 min read
Part of me still longs to feel a connection with G-d on a human level. Can G-d keep me company? Can I hang out with Hashem? We compare our relationship with G-d to that of one with a parent or a lover, but can G-d and I be friends?
Yocheved Sidof·4 min read
G-d does not need us to protect His reputation -- nor to use Him to protect ours.
Saul Sudin·6 min read
Genesis, art, and Hitchcock. Continuing where "I’m Done Being A Jewish Artist" left off.
Yocheved Sidof·3 min read
I don't like to pray-- at least not the kind of prayer that involves a prayerbook. Maybe its too regimented. Maybe I’m not disciplined enough. Or maybe I just never learnt how to pray.
Matthue Roth·4 min read
Like this post if you've ever had too many thoughts in your head at once. Like it if any of them have ever given you a shiver, or a stomachache, or a physical pain.
Rivki Silver·4 min read
I had thought that I was being observant because it was the right thing to do. I was wrong.
BrookeLynne Garbaty Smith·3 min read
I don't know how many more tears these stones can hold.
Chaya Kurtz·6 min read
Among the surprises of pregnancy that I've experienced has been a flood of gratitude. Gratitude for everything, because pregnancy has made every small thing seem very, very important.
Chaya Kurtz·8 min read
G-d is not a man. Let's get that straight. G-d isn't a woman either. G-d is a combination of the Divine feminine and the Divine masculine, which are intangible yet are manifested by humans.
Sarah Zadok·3 min read
Sometimes a little blend of a trailer-trash-gangsta-super-star mixed with the steady beat of Chassidic, Rabbinical giants is exactly what you need to move your own needle.