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Wisdom From On High

Rabbi Deborah Glanzberg-Krainin, Ph.D.
Shavuot has yet to capture the imagination of most liberal Jews. Why is that?  The Torah describes three pilgrimage festivals, times when the ancient Israelites were expected to journey to Jerusalem... [more]

A Time for Time

By Andrea Moselle

When you have the potential for endless leisure, how do you create a satisfying balance of work and leisure? 

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A Conversation With One in Mourning

By Rabbi Vivie Mayer

Rabbi Deborah Glanzberg-Krainin, Ph.D. interviewed her friend and colleague Rabbi Vivie Mayer about ritual mourning following her father’s death.

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Don’t Take Freedom for Granted!

By Rabbi Deborah Glanzberg-Krainin, Ph.D.

We encourage Ritualwell readers to find their own ways of keeping freedom in their hearts this week.

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This is Kaddish

By Rabbi Marjorie Berman

But what does it mean to honor our departed beloveds by remembering? For me, it means to give kavod, to let their lives have some weight in ours, so that we can be transformed.

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Death is in the Details

By Rabbi Roni Handler

In the Jewish tradition we have prayers to mark many phases of the grieving process.  We find comfort when we recite El Maley Rachamim at the funeral, kaddish throughout the mourning period, and yizkor prayers at key moments throughout the year.  

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Through

By Rabbi Rachel Barenblat

Releasing my poems allowed me to offer love and care to other women who suffer miscarriage.

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Hiding in Plain Sight

By Rabbi Roni Handler

This Purim, think about what your costume might say about you and allow yourself the freedom to embrace your hidden self.

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