This poem is part of Rabbi Diane Elliot’s collection of 49 poems, This Is the Day, Ha-Yom Yom, inspired by the ancient practice of counting the Omer.
Just in time for Chanukah comes a new video from Darshan: (Featuring ALEPH student Shir Yaakov Feit, alongside […]
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Hazzan Shoshanna Brown writes: I designed this 2-sided card some years ago for use at Tu biShvat Sedarim. […]
G*d Loves Me © Joy Krauthammer Outlining a radiant heart to fill with intense red and purple is exciting […]
Editor’s note: Each month we feature the Judaica-themed work of an artist affiliated with the Jewish Renewal movement. […]
“An accomplished woman, who can find? Her value is far beyond pearls.” This image is an […]