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Torah commands both love and vengeance: In Israel, we live that contradiction

Ruth and Naomi: models for our troubled times

A Pop Celeb Walks-into a Mikveh

Hope lies in stepping into the other’s shoes

Let’s not forget we were strangers in Egypt

Mikveh Dreaming

Ahdit Tatim’ein: Proudly shot twice in Shefa-Amer!

If the Sea of Galilee could speak: Religion after Corona

Fragile and beautiful, impossible and possible, dreams

Lessons from my 13-year-old son at his pandemic bar mitzvah

Raising Awareness on World FSHD Day: A Personal Vent

Making mikveh history!

Moving from silence and despair to love and hope

Is the state really AC or is AC a state of mind?

Let snails be our teachers as we consider emerging

Reading Etty Hillesum on Yom Hashoah 2020

Mikveh in the Time of Corona: Reflections on immersion and alternatives

The Relativity and Range of Rainbows

Dreaming in the time of Corona

Three women, one scream

Choose Life but Prepare for Death: Transitioning from Leviticus to Numbers

Dreams: ‘God’s Forgotten Language’

A Rabbi and a Preacher: Two Unlikely (or Not so Unlikely) Tallit-Bag Fellows

Slower and wiser: A lesson learned on World FSHD Day

Pharaoh’s Unexpected Act of Compassion

Repairing the World Through “Etty-ism”: An Unusual Yom HaShoah Ceremony

Rebecca’s cry of despair

Looking for Hope in Mikveh

Shalom, havera: Rabbi Bonna Devora Haberman, her memory is already a blessing

Ups and downs

Going Deeper into the Kinneret Swim

Is obligating women the answer?

With Liberty and Mikveh for All

What I learned from Rebecca this year

When a vision of togetherness is a lonely journey

Mikveh and the single girl

Partners in Litter

Photo credit: Carmel Avivi

Haviva Ner-David is a writer and rabbi. In 2006 she became the first woman to publicly receive Orthodox rabbinic ordination, only to leave Orthodoxy and call herself a post-denominational rabbi. Ten years later, she received interfaith ordination from the One Spirit Interfaith-Interspiritual Seminary and now goes by post-denominational inter-spiritual rabbi.