My Grandmother’s Secret Religion
6 Poems About Burnout
Greta Thunberg Is The Most Terrifying Person In The World
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Rescuing The Story Of Myself
3 min read
Describing the era immediately preceding the Big Bang and ensuing inception of life as we know it, the Kabbalists describe how this unified intelligence shattered, sending sparks of primordial light throughout what would soon become our entire universe. These luminescent shards of the ultimate source-code remain hidden away to this day, concealed in mundane aspects of our life, waiting for someone to come along and decode the message
Sympathy For The Deity
8 min read
This ain’t no single, this is a concept album. Let’s call this track two, continued from “What the F*** Is...
1 min read
I tried, really I tried to pull away from you, Los Angeles… Just like at 15 when I would scream...
Cosmic Carrot: Are You A Gangster Of Love?
4 min read
I need you for my starry-eyed revolution, my sexy insurrection. I am talking about a desirous uprising. Who will join my love-army of Cosmic Carrots?
Chabad: Breaking My Boxes
6 min read
The days of black and white definitions are gone. We are colorful, dynamic and full of texture -- and our connection to Gd defies all bins.
Let’s Talk About Sex
7 min read
Why we need to reclaim the most important conversation we could ever have with our chidren.
Baal Teshuva World: Wake Up
10 min read
We were once revolutionaries. But somewhere along the road, we became conformists. Here's why and what we can do to change the world in the way we hoped.
Seeking Jewish Art Amid Bubbes & Bikinis
6 min read
It is always an interesting experiment to go to Art Basel in Miami with the intent of discovering contemporary Jewish art. The odds are good that there will simply be nothing to report on.
Confessions Of A Neo-Something-Or-Other
14 min read
There's been a lot of talk about "Neo-Hasidus" these days. Here's the Pop Chassid's take on this identity, whether he fits it, and whether it matters. #longread
The Perils Of Public Jewishness
5 min read
Is it wrong to angle for an edge while visibly Jewish? The Accidental Talmudist and his wife recall an uncomfortable encounter at a nightclub.
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