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Receiving Charity is Divine

This is an important response to those who worry about getting or giving "handouts" to the needy, mistakenly believing that being a recipient of support makes them less worthy as a human being.

Feminism and Neo-Chasidism

This article provides an analysis of Chasidism through a feminist lens - not to reject it but rather to acknowledge problematic elements and create exciting opportunities to elevate an already profound form of Judaism.

To Cry Out Within the City

It is the hope of a small template for a sign to be held in a long ago vigil within the city, an artifact and its message that endures, words of witness to remind, words whose urgency is no less today than it was then, proclaiming in block letters, “LET EVERYONE VOTE!”

Bill Mckibben, Deena Metzger, Shaul Magid, Arthur Waskow, Rabbi Mark Marmur, Avner Gvaryahu, Sidra DeKoven Ezrahi

Reflections on Repentance to Help Heal Our World from Various Thinkers

Bill McKibben -

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Shaul Magid -

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Breaking the Silence -

Originally delivered at the Worship and Study Harvard Hillel, Yom Kippur, Sept. 18, 2010
Repurposed for the Tikkun community, September 2020; Elul 5780
By Sidra DeKoven Ezrahi 

I want to talk about teshuva. This word, that connotes repentance in Hebrew, literally means return.