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Making it to the Mikveh– With Breast Cancer

By Avigail Rock | May 29, 2019

Published on The Layers Project Magazine in partnership with The Eden Center. A few months after giving birth to my…

When the Kallah Teacher Doesn’t Want to Go to the Mikveh

By Chaya Houpt | May 28, 2019

This essay was published in on The Layers Project Magazine in partnership with The Eden Center. Listen, it wasn’t all…

Monologue in the Mikva

By MicheleThaler | May 26, 2019

This essay is published on The Layers Project Magazine in partnership with The Eden Center. The image was taken during…

Waters of Separation: For My Daughter at the Mikvah

By Sheryl Robbin | May 22, 2019

Reprinted with permission from The Eden Center blog Three days before her wedding in May 2013, my daughter and I had…

“Born From Loss: Birkat Emunah”

By Cheryl Burnat | May 19, 2019

This essay is brought to The Layers Project Magazine in partnership with The Eden Center. “That lady at the mikvah…She…

Layered Listening

By Naomi Marmon Grumet | May 15, 2019

Some people are born storytellers. I was born a listener.  My ears are my source of power; hearing the pain…

Our Aliyah Journey

By Rebecca Kornbluth | May 10, 2019

It’s been nine and a half months since we boarded the plane for the Nefesh B’Nefesh charter flight. The goodbyes…

Dear Avichai David

By Michal Kupchik | May 9, 2019

Dear Avichai David, I made Aliyah a year ago after a lifetime of dreaming. I did it for so many…

My Family Living Under Rockets

By Hadassa Cowland Goldberg | May 8, 2019

This week was a crazy week here in the South of Israel. I’m sure you read all about it; how…

Poway

By Rebecca Leicht | May 5, 2019

For Lori Gilbert Kaye z”l This is the way it feels. The tip of my finger is pinched by the…

The Shoah Remembrance Collection

By Shira Lankin Sheps | May 1, 2019

Yom Hashoah 2019 “Woman of Valour” Submitted By Gila Leipnik “My grandmother was really beautiful.The kind of beauty that shines…

A New Meaning To Zachor

By Shira Lankin Sheps | May 1, 2019

Yom Hashoah has been painful every year that I have observed it. The first experience I remember was when my…