How my experience watching a group of protestors in Israel evacuated from a disputed house shaped the way I look at how young men shape their environment.
Sometimes, when life is hard, essays just won’t do. And all that’s left is poetry.
The murder of an Arab teen and other acts of retribution have inspired claims that Israelis and Jews are no different than their neighbors. They’re wrong.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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?
I’m done with this word. You should be too. Here’s why.
Guest post by an anonymous contributor: A convert comes to terms with the surprising pain she experienced from something she expected to be purely joyful.