There are many terms for encounters that were meant to be, but none quite as evocative as the Yiddish word beshert.
A whole generation has gone through the Jewish life cycle with Anita Diamant.
That’s how Abraham resolves his dispute with Lot over grazing lands: “If you head left, I’ll head right. If you head right, I’ll go left” (Genesis 13:9).
Barbara Goldberg’s poetry has always displayed an insatiable appetite for grief and desire.
Abortion bans are predicated on assumptions about when life begins that have specific Christian theological assumptions baked into them.