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This blog has become an intimate part of my life. I began writing it in 2011 as part of a class on Educational Technology. The assignment was to explore different blog platforms, choose one, write a quick introductory “hello”, and post.
This blog has been my therapist, my keeper of grudges, and my platform for voicing so much of what I experienced within my little Jewish world.
Communicating with you has also allowed me to meet new people who are committed to our Jewish tradition, and it has been a blessing.
As much as I value writing about the potential for Jewish learning and practices to really change people from the inside out, it is quite another thing entirely to experience it. I believe people want a deeper connection to learning, one that is immediately relevant for their lives and provides meaning.
Inner Judaism is a platform that enables me to teach in an experiential and spiritual way, was launched during the Pandemic. Please visit and you’ll see what I mean.