I’ve been away from social media for a year. Inside my anxiety about returning.
Social distancing may be necessary for now to slow the spread of the coronavirus, but it will not be the new normal.
A unique collaboration between two Brooklyn men provides us with the recipe for the medicine we need to heal the hate and polarization affecting our world.
Balancing with your eyes closed is extremely difficult. One small shift makes it easy — if you’re willing to trust.
We begin the Passover Seder with Ha Lachma Anya, a call to the hungry to come and eat. But it’s not about the physical food. It’s about the soul food.
We are conditioned to believe that we must fit in to belong. What if it’s the opposite: that we find true belonging when we are willing to be visible in our differences?
Everyone has a story. And everyone has a deeply seeded need to feel seen, heard, and fully expressed. The Strangers Project creates space for this expression, and produces magic.