Breaking the Silence About Jewish Suicide

Jews, like others, don’t like to talk about suicide. Judith Posner, whose son killed himself, says it’s time to break the silence.

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Clarice Lispector's Stories Aren't Much Fun, But They'll Sear Your Mind

Brazilian writer Clarice Lispector has been dubbed the most important Jewish writer since Kafka. It’s said she wrote like Virginia Woolf — and looked like Marlene Dietrich.

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Why the Morality Police Needs to Stop Judging Ashley Madison

In the latest twist in the Ashley Madison saga, Jewish CEO Noel Biderman has resigned. Maia Efrem writes that those condemning the site’s users as cheaters should look to themselves first.

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Love and the Grammar of God

How Aviya Kushner’s search for the appropriate words to say at her sister’s wedding led her on a quest for self-awareness — and biblical knowledge.

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