6 Poems About Burnout
When You Ask How I’m Holding Up, I Want To Say This
The Fringes Of Society Are The Center
A to Z
Meet Me In The Margins (And I Will Meet You)
6 min read
I don't really understand Talmud, but sometimes it speaks to me in ways I can't ignore.
I Thought I Knew My Mother
3 min read
Is there a security in believing we fully know the ones we love?
Why I Refuse To Quit the Cello
7 min read
I had slammed a door on the purest part of my soul. And for what? Like a baby crying out for its mother, I had denied its outstretched arms, turned the key, and plugged my ears to the cries.
Every Child Is (Not) Special Needs
5 min read
A piece of my mind-- and heart.
In Judaism, First Things First
7 min read
There’s a slippery slope between binding, Torah laws, customs, and community norms that attempt to socialize people through fear and control. And lately, this whole thing is bothering me. A lot.
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