Tag: religious world
When Rebelling Was The Best Choice I Ever Made
Part 1 of a two part series on the power of rebellion and why baal teshuvas especially, should embrace it.
I Hate Thanksgivukkah
There, I said it.
I Don’t Want Your Culture! I Want G-d!
I never fit. I never belonged. And that’s okay.
6 Ways To Improve Kiruv
The world of kiruv is ever-evolving and growing. It’s time that more voices enter the discussion. Here are just a few ideas for how kiruv could be improved.
The Man Who Demanded I Let Him Into My Home
It was 4 AM. I was coming home from the hospital, where my wife had just given birth. Then this happened.
Beyond Schindler’s List; A Tisha B’Av Story
A guest post by Rivka Nehorai describing her reflections after watching Schindler’s list on Tisha B’Av and how it caused her to examine her Jewish identity.
Why I Need The Rebbe
A personal take on the significance of the Rebbe in my life as a baal teshuva.
Why Are We Afraid Of Talking About G-d?
There seems to be a cultural phenomenon against speaking about spirituality and G-d in public. What the heck is going on?
The Real Reason I Destroy My Writing
Last week I upset many artists by encouraging them to destroy one piece of their work. In this post, I explain why I don’t regret what I said.