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Call for Submissions: Embracing the Stranger

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Submit by July 31st for this special publication for the High Holidays During Elul (the month of spiritual preparation before the High Holidays begin), the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association...  more

A Reflection on Jewish Masculinity for Father's Day

By David Eber
We boys did not know how to comfort other boys, an example of a culture of male toughness, silence, and violence.       I still have a vivid memory from high school of a PE...  more

Saying Goodbye in the Jewish Tradition

By Kami Knapp
Is a ritual for saying goodbye to a sacred text appropriate for saying goodbye to people? Jewish tradition and the Hebrew language have many ways for saying goodbye: Shalom Shalom Aleykhem L’...  more

Almost Home: Omer 45, Tiferet sh’be’Malchut

By Alden Solovy
I can feel the energy of the mountain. Our pace has quickened. There are gifts awaiting. Day 45. We’re close now. Anticipation has become excitement. The goal is in reach. I can feel the energy of...  more

Call for Submissions: Father's Day

By Ritualwell
Ritualwell invites you to submit new content related to Father’s Day. We are seeking guest blog posts, rituals, poems, prayers, songs… whatever you can imagine. For some specific ideas, see below...  more

Fantastic Prayers and Where to Find Them

By Alden Solovy
God is near. God is distant. The angels argue.  Strange, fantastic, holy beings inhabit the Tanakh. Seraphim. Ophanim. Hayot Ha-kodesh. Beings with four wings. Other beings with six wings....  more

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