“Late-term abortion” sounds very medical and pristine. Killing a baby by lethal injection and then extracting it does not.
Last year’s Purim experience taught me a profound lesson: Friendships aren’t built on mishloach manot. Or at least, they shouldn’t be.
Poet and author Varda Branfman’s long and varied career has taken her from writing for New York TV stations, through to ‘writing for healing’ in Jerusalem.
An interview conducted in poetic verse? It could only be a discussion about the latest edition of The Deronda Review poetry journal.
It was during those walks that I sensed that G-d was always by my side, coaching me on.He had never left me, though I had left Him.
I’ve heard stories of so many women who were thrilled to have found a kosher avenue for their need for creative self-expression via the Women in Theatre productions.
We are a nation built of people who survived. And those who didn’t survive – what happened to their memories?
Something tells me that the repeated saga of tattoos and showers transcends mere coincidence, and will one day be revealed in its clarity within the pages of the hidden anthology of the Jewish heart.
It’s a long and winding road to Ateret, a collection of houses on a hilltop in the heartland of Israel.
Whenever the time comes that you’re finally swimming in that magnificent sublimely awe-full sea, it will be norah and awfully awesome indeed.