We do not get over the pain, but we move forward while holding it
Mitzpe Yericho, a settlement outside of Jerusalem, grieves a 19-year-old who loved music and Torah
Tradition understands the gradual, crooked path of recovering from tragedy, writes the cofounder of an Orthodox women’s yeshiva
Nearly every Jew knows someone directly affected by the violence in Israel, and in a sense, we're all sitting shiva
I had prayed to God for help. Now, for the first time, I could pray to God from my synagogue.
No, you don't need to bring food — but do bring a kippah
Bintel says the High Holidays are the perfect time to reach out to old friends. Here's what to say — and what not to say
Erin Silver, author of the award-winning childrens' book 'Sitting Shiva' talks about including children in rituals of grief and mourning
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NPR Legal Correspondent Nina Totenberg in conversation with Editor-in-Chief Jodi Rudoren. To benefit the Forward.
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