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Please join Melissa Studdard and Tiferet Journal on Tuesday, March 11th at 7PM EST for a conversation with essayist, author, critic, and screenwriter, Caroline Leavitt. Studdard... Read More
When I studied Integrated Kabbalistic Healing, my teacher Jason Shulman told us about the Hebrew word yesh. One way to translate the word is simply as “there is” or “there... Read More
Join featured authors Doreen Virtue, Reid Tracy, and Nancy Levin for an action-packed weekend in San Francisco for this year's The Writer's Workshop. The event, which takes place... Read More
In a January news release from Boston University, Barbara Moran writes of a study led by Natalie Emmons that examined children’s beliefs about immortality. All of the children... Read More
When I studied Integrated Kabbalistic Healing, my teacher Jason Shulman told us about the Hebrew word yesh. One way to translate the word is simply as “there is” or “there are.” But a yesh is also seen as something in opposition to ayin, or the nothingness from which the world emanates. So, as Jason explained, a yesh is something that solidifies. It may be a chair, a table… or it may be an idea, a belief, a prejudice. In my thinking, yesh (and the word is both singular and plural) are what lead us to stereotype others and see them through the eyes of prejudice. Yesh don't allow room for ambivalence or chaos—the stuff that IS life's richness and beauty. Mostly, I think, we hold onto yesh for... Read More