We met in college, through Hillel, and happened to both marry men who have decided to become Rabbis. Although other professions might have stereotypes associated with the wives (doctor’s wives, politician’s wives), rabbi’s wives are the only ones blessed with their own term: Rebbetzin. Over the years, it has come to mean a lot of different things, but we hope to bring a fresh perspective. Our hope is to bring both stories from our lives, including the journey of our husbands becoming a rabbinical students, our own Jewish journeys as they develop, as well as our thoughts, feelings and opinions on a variety of topics in Jewish life, especially issues surrounding feminism/women’s issues and Judaism. We also plan to bring articles of interest, as well as an occasional guest post to bring in more perspectives.
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Mel’s (not-so) Quarterly Reflections – Take 2 and 3 combined
May 1st marked 9 months of living in Israel. I’m not totally sure how that happened, but it did! So, since I missed the 6 month recap, here is one that covers both my second and third quarter here. Living : We adapted to our tiny shoebox, though the mold ...1 week ago
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