Disaster Relief

To God, Who Divides the Waters

Stacey Zisook Robinson, z"l
September 12, 2017

At hurricane season, as people wade through chest-high water that drags at their sodden feet and leaden hearts, poet Stacey Zisook Robinson asks God a poignant question.

Prayer for Safety During a Hurricane

Alden Solovy
This is a prayer for safety to be said as a hurricane approaches, as well as during the storm. It includes additional options for customizing the prayer, which are shown in [brackets], and does not include references to any particular storm.

How Much? A Poem for Houston

Rabbi Zoë Klein Miles
August 31, 2017

"How much water is inside a tear, and how long does it take to dry them? As long as there is misery and fear in the people who continue to cry them."