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Welcome to our shores

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What Lady Liberty, a stolen passport, and my 5-year-old taught me about immigration, refugees, and asylum seekers Athens was dirty and hot—a stubbly armpit in August—and she contained the thief

Listen up — Adriel Booker

Listen up

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  What is your relationship with words like? Mine is complicated. Always has been. Though there is no shortage of words in my head, I’d never be classified as a

Context is everything

Context is Everything

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  If a photo is worth a thousand words then a video is worth ten thousand and knowing its context is worth a million. There’s a viral video going around

Exploring the Motherheart of God

The Motherheart of God: Unconditional Love

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Guest post by Amy L. Sullivan  “When you look into your mother’s eyes, you know that is the purest love you can find on this earth.” ― Mitch Albom, For

When God is Your Midwife

The Motherheart of God: God is a Midwife

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Guest post by Becca (Exile Fertility) What if our Torah was the five books of Zipporah–a birdsong instead of a patriarch’s tale? What emphasizes would have shifted, how would God’s