It’s not possible to parent without experiencing risk, weakness, pain, and transformation.
With her own voice changed by the stroke, she wanted to hear the Bible spoken aloud by her husband.
Now we tend to see it as a virtue—at least for some people.
Abundance is not always God’s modus operandi.
In Yehiel Poupko’s poems, Jewish belief in God groans under the burden of divine silence.
But sometimes it also requires clever tactics.
Be like water: clear, humble, persistent, and restorative.
“For me, the most important thing in the entire world is connecting people with their sense of what is holy. It’s really important to me that people find their own personal connection. I’m a mystic who wants to teach people how to be mystics, how to engage that relationship with the Holy Other.”
The infiltration of online parenting spaces began as a slow burn. During the pandemic, it’s picked up speed.
Poet and liturgist Marcia Falk attempts to correct the gender bias of the traditional Passover Haggadah.