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How blaming my wife, and her refusal to blame me back, taught me what it means to love someone. Including myself.
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It's not just about politics. Controversies like this reveal a much deeper sickness that is overwhelming Americans.
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Why we've got "Don't confuse the Jews with Judaism" all wrong.
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For the last year, I've given up my agency as a writer to others. No more.
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Seeing our fellow humans do so much evil in the world has caused many of us to question their goodness. But what if there is a way to explain their goodness without denying the evil they've done?
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A story about a kingdom going mad, and the painful choice the leaders had to make. And what this all means in a country where it often seems we are constantly trying to hold onto our sanity.
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"Mentally ill." "Traitor." "Liar." These are the words I have come to get used to hearing about my writing when it critiques my own community. Such attacks no longer concern me. Here's why.
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