How congregational singing became the norm in American synagogues
Singing connected me to the Jewish world—until I couldn’t keep quiet anymore
As our mother lay dying, we did what we could to ease her on her way; we sang to her
In Israel, women-only performance groups fed my spirit after years of self-imposed sacrifice
Just as we sing lullabies to newborns, I now offer the same loving care as part of my work with a burial fellowship
Beliefs collide on a subway train
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