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Justice on My Plate

By Maharat Dasi Fruchter
It left a sour taste in my mouth to know that my food could be technically kosher but have unjust origins. I wanted another dimension for my brakhah.    more

Feast and Famine

by Jordan Namerow
High Holidays, Sukkot, Thanksgiving … food is at the heart of our collective experience now. But for some, insecurity is also a given.   more

Rituals as Varied as Our Lives

By Rabbi Deborah Glanzberg-Krainin, Ph.D.
You’ve shared a multitude of ideas that can help us celebrate joys, heal sorrows, and wash away difficulties.   more

Ushpizin: Come on In

by Lori Lefkovitz, Ph.D.
Ushpizin connects us to all our ancestors, real and imagined...   more

Check, Please!

JT Waldman
Conducting a Heshbon Ha'Nefesh   more

The Names We Carry

by Rabbi Roni Handler
Somehow, hearing a list of individuals who’ve been lost brings us together.   more

Best Laid Plans

by Rabbi Deborah Glanzberg-Krainin, Ph.D.
What I learned from a wrong turn on the road to the perfect ritual.   more

Bending Time

by Rabbi Deborah Glanzberg Krainin, Ph.D.
I just spent five days on an isolated lake in the Adirondacks with my husband, a canoe and a case of red wine. We stayed in a blinged-out yurt—with water, electricity, a comfy bed and a deck you...  more

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How to Forgive: Opening Our Hearts in Elul

Why is forgiveness so hard? How can Jewish texts help us grapple with this complicated, heart-opening process?

Join Rabbi Vivie Mayer and Ritualwell for an online course on forgiveness in preparation for Yom Kippur. In three sessions during the month of Elul, we will study, connect, and create as we immerse in the topic of forgiveness. 

Wednesdays, 12pm–1:15pm EST, August 8, 15, 22

Register by August 1st and receive 10% off D'vorah Horn's new Teshuvah Cardsa perfect complement to the course!

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