Revelation, for Rosenzweig, does not merely enable a person exposure to that which was hitherto concealed from him.
“And he lifted his eyes and saw Benjamin, his brother, the son of his mother” (Genesis, 43:29), Parashat Miketz.
Since our first conversation we weaved a dream: to give our future children and ourselves natural births, at home.
The decision of what Mikve means to each woman, is no less important than the actual tevilla itself.
One thinks that a vacuum is formed. They say that you’ll live with the understanding that bachelorhood is a corridor to the next stage, to marriage. Then you find yourself there for a long time.
I wonder about us as a society. I wonder about the civic language that exists but has not yet sufficiently settled within our religious life