A poem about how the beauty of the subway reflects my experience of G-d, Judaism, and religion in general.Continue Reading


Stories used to be the way civilizations communicated morality, a message, and their beliefs. America has lost that. But it doesn’t have to be this way.Continue Reading


American society glorifies and reveres productivity. But that obsession is distracting us from what really matters.Continue Reading


For the longest time, I was so confused about the value, or lack thereof, of doubting my beliefs. I’ve only now started to understand where I went wrong.Continue Reading


The other day, I walked in on my daughter getting bullied. I’m still in pain over it.Continue Reading


From a new literary journal to a beautiful song to three new Jewish blogs to pay attention to, here are some exciting Jewish links from around the web.Continue Reading


So many baal teshuvas think their only rebellion was against the secular world they left. They couldn’t be more wrong.Continue Reading


Part 1 of a two part series on the power of rebellion and why baal teshuvas especially, should embrace it.Continue Reading


Guest post by Mrs. Pop Chassid, Rivka Nehorai. Sometimes, as mothers, we can feel like we’re slaves. Down in the dirt and mud. But we are queens.Continue Reading


There, I said it.Continue Reading