A PLACE FOR ALL
This is a platform to share your Jewish journey, however that looks, feels, tastes etc. Together, we’ll explore what it means to be Jewish in the 21st century.
We believe that it is the ability of an individual to determine their definition and relationship to their Jewish self. We believe that it is within our own ability to create a Jewish space for ourselves and to connect with others in community. We believe that differences are beautiful and deserve to be discussed and celebrated.
And lastly, we believe in YOU!
How You Can Get Involved
You can get involved today by simply accepting yourself and the ways you feel Jewish. This isn’t radical but it also isn’t widely promoted. You are part of a network strong enough to impact positive change in our own lives and the lives of others.
You are unique and everyone should know it. As you understand your Jewish space share it with others. Try some of the activities on this site and spread the word on social media using #myjewishlife
Write a story
Want to share a story or start a discussion on this site? Contact us, we’d love that! If you need some help, our storytelling resources will help you share what “my jewish life” means to you.
Stories and Ideas
- The Business of Jewish“Either you are trying to convince people they need something, or you’re providing something people need.”
- Chatting with Rotem about sufganiyot (donuts!)So you’ve been practicing your challah making skills have you? Ready for a new challenge? In preparation for Hanukkah in July, we sat down with Rotem to talk about a delicious Hanukkah tradition – donuts! (MJL) We’ll start with an easy one, what is your favorite food? (RG) I love simple food! (MJL) Why didContinue reading “Chatting with Rotem about sufganiyot (donuts!)”
- Hanukkah in JulyHanukkah is a time to remember a great miracle. When the Maccabeees defied all odds to survive and in returning to some normalcy found themselves in need. A great miracle happened and the oil lit the temple and their lives for 8 days. Let’s face it, we all need a sense of miracle in ourContinue reading “Hanukkah in July”
What People Are Saying
We’re listening… 😉Us
“the day is short, and the work is plentiful, and the laborers are indolent, and the reward is great, and the master of the house is insistent. It is not your duty to finish the work, but neither are you at liberty to neglect it;”Rabbi Tarfon (Pirkei Avot 2:15-16)
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