“Bylines and Blessings” touts the critical importance of failing, and the irreplaceable triumph of growth and learning, whether professionally, emotionally, or spiritually.
Along with discussing infertility in a relatable way, Feit hopes to dispel misconceptions about infertility.
It is no wonder that poems from “She Wasn’t Damaged” are used by mental health practitioners and in centers in Israel dedicated to survivors of sexual violence.
“Subculture Vulture: A Memoir in Six Scenes” takes readers through Kasher’s relationship with Alcoholics Anonymous, Hasidic Judaism, the deaf world, Oakland’s raver scene, Burning Man, and standup comedy.
Rabbi Moshe Gersht believes that “joy is our nature,” and in his new book, he charts his personal transformative spiritual journey to this elevated state.
The two are continuing to explore Costcos and having fun every step of the way.
Scholastic Focus has now come up with a series of stories for middle grade readers written by Joshua M. Greene of girls and women who went through the Holocaust that is not only appropriate for these younger readers but compelling literature.
”There are a lot of stories of love and loss, drawing on all I’ve learned pastoring to this beautiful community over the past 20 years.”
Like those around her, Lang has put aside her full-time job and volunteered.
While the challenges are serious – and the underlying trends daunting – we must not despair. Even those who disagree should read this book, to start the deep, reflective, post-October 7 rethink we need.