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In literature as in life, liminality represents the state of being “in between,” altered by what has come before and in anticipation of what is yet to come.

Rabbi Lucy Dinner
Injustice written on a blackboard with the Un partially erased

As anyone with a Jewish mother can attest, guilt is a powerful tool. (Now that I’m a Jewish mother myself, I can crack that joke.) Its power often prompts us to act.

Catherine Gibson
Handwritten sign reading DISABILITY RIGHTS ARE CIVIL RIGHTS

Discussions about health care are consuming Washington, D.C.

Nathan Bennett
Man in a wheelchair facing a sunrise with his arms up as though celebrating

Our world is going through a major change. We’re exiting the Industrial Age moving into the new era of the Information Age.

Neil Jacobson
White puzzle with one piece missing

I was 20 when I learned that my high school boyfriend – my first love – had committed suicide. His death shattered me, both mentally and emotionally – but in retrospect, it also saved my life.

Kate Bigam
Female hands holding red ribbon for AIDS awareness

In commemoration of World AIDS Day, I ask you to please read the final lines from American playwright Tony Kushner’s

Rabbi David Wirtschafter
Marijuana plants

For 30 years, I was a congregational rabbi.

Rabbi Jeffrey A. Kahn

We've seen this before.

Tyler Dratch

On the outskirts of the coastal city of Nahariya, Israel, stands the Medical Center of the Galilee.

Anat Hoffman

When in Jerusalem, I try to tap into both its earthly and ethereal realms – the Jerusalem below (Yerushalayim lamata) and the Jerusalem above (Yerushalayim lamala).

Aron Hirt-Manheimer

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