The decision of what Mikve means to each woman, is no less important than the actual tevilla itself.
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
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.
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 hope such a code of ethics will be instated into the Orthodox world: behaviors we wish to distance ourselves from.