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.
I spent so much time wishing I could get rid of the voices of fear and doubt, and all their nasty friends. But what happens when they do leave? Sometimes it doesn’t feel much better.
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.
In the absence of reliable internet, I’m finding a different type of connection. It’s a connection to what matters most.
We are living in a time when there seems to be a constant need for apology, but a lack of authentic apology. What does it mean to apologize authentically?
Vulnerability can be a powerful force to deepen connection and trust with others. But in the wrong context it can backfire, leaving us feeling scarred from rejection. How can you embrace your truth without oversharing?