Doubt Isn’t What We Think It Is
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.
Feldman and Feldmanstein: A Glimpse Into The Infinite
In Yerachmiel’s Friday post, he investigates the nature of language and how we can use our understanding of it to better connect to Hashem.
What Maya Angelou Taught Me About Language
Who knew a small moment on a random TV show would change the way I look at the world forever?
Don’t Call Me An Orthodox Jew
Ever since I became a religious Jew, I remember feeling uncomfortable with being labeled as orthodox. ‘Orthodox’ implies rigidity.