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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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