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“A loving reminder / To hold myself with compassion”
close up of person's hands on their chest outdoors in sunlight
This poem emerged from an exploration of the component words of Kislev: kis (pocket) and lev (heart)
smiling asian kid with black long hair holding a glowing heart that appears to be made out of wire with glowing lights in the background
“This is the time of year I love”
Tiferet Sh’be’Kedoshim

“Souls have a way of living on / Inside of us”

Souls Have a Way of Living On
A ritual of transition between what was and what will be in order to mark a new chapter in life.
A Ritual for Separation/Divorce

“I sweep away flaked remnants of hope”


“To do the work of the heart / in the temple of the world …”

Blessing for Diaspora as a Spiritual Practice

“I’m searching for words / to describe this year”

For Waking

“Remember, you can always find Me in the fringes.” 

Torah of the Broken Heart

“Your love is running honey”

Back in the Garden

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