Did you know there’s this weird part of the haftorah portion this week that’s kind of like Macbeth? The military leader is convinced he can’t win the battle without a woman on his team, so he asks Deborah the judge to come with him to battle. BUT THEN! There’s this crazy plot twist, involving ANOTHER […]
This Sunday, February 12th, HIAS is calling for a National Day of Jewish Action for Refugees at rallies in 16 cities -- join one near you!
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Making instruments takes time. That means that during Egyptian captivity, before seeing the shocking slaying of the first born or the wondrous parting of the sea, during the dark hour of oppression, these women played the long game, banked on liberation, believed that it was coming, and prepared for it painstakingly. Victory does not come just through playing defense against crisis, but, even in hours much darker than ours, playing a long game to win.
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