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“Later, alone, she taught herself the art / of painting flower portraits. I learned that part…”
a painting of green plants against a blue sky
“All of the marriages, promises all the lives and deaths behind us all the way back to the Red Sea’s crossing…”
A drawing of Miram dances with a timbrel, set against a oink backdrop.
Rabbi Marina Yergin shares a new ritual for mourning.
Rabbi Yergin leans against her father.
“Make room beyond the river for my sister, who / is singing Miriam’s song…”
a collage features a hand reaching towards the sun
“One time, we tried to learn a line dance / where we linked arms in order of the generations…”
an elderly person's hand touches a baby's foot
These four prompts offer ways to share different experiences of gratitude at your Thanksgiving table. 
autumn leaves turn read while trees to the left have leaves fallen
This ritual is for a family convening or establishing a family foundation to make Tzedakah decisions together.
the Hebrew letters for Tzedakah
“G-d forbid we eat grocery store drek.”
clawfoot bathtub
A complete ceremony to honor becoming a grandparent, either with the new family member’s parents and new grandchild present or from a distance
Smiling grandmother being hugged by toddler in pigtails against a black background
“May you claim your ancient power”
brown skinned woman in black tank dress holding hands and dancing with two brown skinned girls by the ocean with water in the background and sunlight

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