ArchivesCategory: Essays

24Jul

On questioning my beliefs and the incredible fear that comes with it.Continue Reading

21Jul

A tale of two men who have a habit of yelling. And who I wish would yell even more.Continue Reading

14Jul

Science was never a contradiction to my religion. Until it was.Continue Reading

09Jul

There are those who shoot rockets. Those who wag their fingers. And those who march.Continue Reading

01Jul

Chabad is everywhere. Everyone seems to be connected to it in some way. And yet it still seems very few people actually know what makes Chabad what it is.Continue Reading

30Jun

It saddens me deeply to see just how many people are hiding their mental illnesses from the world. Here’s why I think we should be open them.Continue Reading

24Jun

How a bit of nostalgia helped me realize that there really isn’t so much to be nostalgic about… and that perhaps the feminists were right all along.Continue Reading

23Jun

The Forward’s piece, “What Did the Orthodox Do Now?!”, seemed like an introspective piece from a publication that desperately needed it. But it wasn’t.Continue Reading

16Jun

The internet makes it so easy to be angry. Makes it so easy for us all to be trolls. But what if there was a lesson to all this?Continue Reading

10Jun

I’m done with this word. You should be too. Here’s why.Continue Reading