The Kittel and the Motorcycle

The Kittel and the Motorcycle

On Yom Kippur, at shul during Neila, I felt like I and all of the women around me were angels. And then Yom Kippur ended, and I heard havdalah and ate and cleaned up a bit and went on a walk to stretch my legs. And during my walk, I saw something that shook me […]

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Finding Hashem within the Confusion

Finding Hashem within the Confusion

Gemar Chatima Tova. May you have an easy and meaningful fast!🏣💗

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Our Pre-Yom-Kippur Guests

Our Pre-Yom-Kippur Guests

This past Shabbat we hosted an extremely lovely couple in their 50s, the founders of a Reform Temple in the small town in Pennsylvania where they raised their 2 children and still live. The husband studied Hebrew in college, and perfected it at the elite dental school where he prepared for tests, going back and […]

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I Married at 47 and Didn’t Dream I Could Still Get Pregnant by Leslie Gold Ruder

I Married at 47 and Didn’t Dream I Could Still Get Pregnant by Leslie Gold Ruder

My story should serve as chizuk for anyone who is an “older single” awaiting the day, may it be soon, when they meet their true zivug. I became a baalat teshuva, Baruch Hashem, around the ripe age of 39, never having done very well in the area of relationships-with-men, and then dated for nearly 7 […]

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In honor of Shevat🌳

In honor of Shevat🌳 Read More

Being Sick Doesn’t Mean I have to be Miserable

Being Sick Doesn’t Mean I have to be Miserable

This meme has been the story of my last week and a half. My home has been a revolving door of this “SAFEK” epidemic circling the globe: one sick family member gets healthy only to be replaced by another healthy family member getting sick, and so on and so forth. Today and yesterday I was […]

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