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.
About my existential dread of turning the age that marks adulthood in my mind, and how a status update changed my view on it all.
Why lights and windows explain that people matter as much as truth and eternity.
I have bipolar. I had a manic episode where I could have hurt someone. But that does not mean I think mass shootings can be excused by mental health.
What is it about being religious that matters so much? How does it actually differ from being secular?
This was not the piece I was planning on writing today. But when you have to face an ugly side of yourself, maybe you should write about that.
Or gotten married. Yeesh.