Search for:

A Return to Broken Branches

April 19th, 70 years ago, the Jews in the ghetto rose up against the Nazis. The day before Pesach, the day they were to be deported to certain death, they rose up and fought for as long as they could.…

On Exile and Peoplehood

Two and a half months ago, I moved from Boston to New York. When speaking with friends after the move, the refrain was the same. "I don't miss it. I was ready to go." I've missed my friends but not…

Seeing Past The Wall

guest post by Eli Ungar-Sargon For almost two decades, my relationship with the Western Wall, or Kotel as it’s known in Hebrew, has been deeply fraught. Having been raised in a religious Zionist family, I was taught as a child…