Category Archives: PREPENT

Prepent Day 1: Let’s Fly

“Remember that Saturday night in NYC, Labor Day Weekend 1991, alone on the Hudson, on the edge of some pier downtown, staring into the dark water? The only time you ever paused for more than a second to consider jumping in and ending the pain already. So afraid to love and so desperate to find it, so lonely on the edge of town.” Continue reading

Prepent Day 3: Remembering Rabbi Kook

“Like other visionary leaders, your legacy has been claimed by very different heirs and followers, celebrating and creating wildly diverse realities in the world. You are credited as one of the founding father of the Religious Zionist movement, the first Chief Rabbi of Israel before it became a state, and a great advocate for combining traditional Jewish loyalties with modern secular realities, a man of peace. Also, a vegetarian.” Continue reading