Guest post by Sandy Sahar Gooen. Yentl is a huge deal to Jewish women who believe in feminism and halakhic egalitarianism. First published in 1962
Guest post by Warren Hoffman As COVID-19 begins to recede in the U.S., I, like many single gay men, have found myself on any number
Guest post by Miriam Lakin. My teaching career began around the same time that I “officially” came out. I was eager to discover how children
The bad news is, we’re still in a pandemic (wear your mask and get your shots, please). The good news is that because COVID remains
In the spirit of tikkun leil Shavuot, Matthew Lowe explores whether Super Mario Maker 2 might be a venue for Torah study.
This week is yesod: which is foundation, but is also sometimes referred to as “bonding.” It is the offspring of hod and netzach – balancing
Time to Be Humble and Sit Down. For Week Five of the Omer, we focus on Hod, or humility. Given that the Hebrew word “hod”
Week four of the Omer is Netzach, generally understood as endurance. It’s actually the seventh of the ten sefirot, beneath chesed – lovingkindness, and opposite
For Week Three of the Omer, we focus on Tifereth, which generally centers around beauty or compassion — essentially balancing the Hesed, the lovingkindness, of
The filmmaker discusses how his lush, mysterious new documentary helped him come to terms with the undefined space in which Jews and immigrants must live.