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Sometimes the Soul could Feel the things the Body would Never be able to Understand.

After realizing that he was in love with me, I tried to convince myself that I didn’t feel the same. At first it was easy; I just began to distance myself from him. 418 more words

Love

Being Both: The Paperback

Today, Being Both: Embracing Two Religions in One Interfaith Family comes out in paperback. For me, the paperback release also marks one full year on the road with… 452 more words

Interfaith Families

Your Presence & Your Absence Both Mean Something

I write this post as I enjoy a poolside view of La Koutoubia in Marrakech on my honeymoon. It’s all a bit surreal to reflect back on the tumultuous journey that has brought me here to this paradise. 293 more words

Love

Charm 1: Every Time Was A Charm

They say the 3rd time is a charm. Well, as I mentioned in my last post, I married my now husband 3 times and each time was a dream come true. 506 more words

Interfaith Marriage

Being Both: Paperback Release Events!

Dear readers (interfaith families, interfaith activists, therapists, visionary clergy, theologians, sociologists, historians of religion), I am so very thankful to you for joining the conversation around… 515 more words

Interfaith Families

Crafts and gifts

Christmas and Yule are fast approaching and so I’ve been busy with crafts. I love to make things for the people I love. I know some people don’t understand handmade gifts. 422 more words

Gratitude

A shiksa chews on Shabbat dinner

Recently a friend, who’s doing a video project for grad school, asked me and Joe to film our family lighting the candles and saying the prayers for Shabbat dinner, and also to speak briefly, on film, about what the ritual means to each of us. 736 more words