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The Long Wait

Image: Clothed in the Sun by Jan Richardson In the days leading up to the birth of our child, Will and I observed a “counting up” ritual.  The ritual was created by Rabbi Tivka Fremer-Kensky, author of Motherprayer, as a … Continue reading

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True Offering

I was reminded today of an experience I had about eight years ago in Ghana. I journeyed there with seminary classmates and professors on a two-week travel seminar through (then) Union-PSCE.  Those two weeks were filled with a variety of … Continue reading

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Laughter

When I studied abroad in Chile my junior year of college it was the longest I had ever been away from home.  The semester was four months long and I had moments of intense homesickness.  I missed family and friends … Continue reading

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