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Angela Goldstein is a wife and mother who divides her time between family and a passion for writing and exploration. A freelance grant writer, she has several years of experience writing grant proposals for organizations in multiple disciplines. She also sits on the Boards of two non-profit organizations and is currently working on her first non-fiction project.
I wanted the college degree, nice house, a great spouse, plenty of kids, and wonderful relationships. Who doesn’t? I don’t think it’s wrong to want and strive for all those things, but it also begs the question that when all is said and done, are you trul...
No matter who we may call a friend, true friendship is reserved for those select few who impact every aspect of our lives - yesterday, today, and tomorrow...
Taking the Wobbly Steps Towards a More Torah-Observant Life
Any kind of duplicity is both a talent and a burden. And I lead such a life. I am a Jewish woman walking the line between belief and practice...
Today I woke up feeling as if I were leaning to one side. Whether it is the right or the left, I cannot tell you. However, something is definitely off...
Making Passover Personal
I think that I’ve had the ebbs and flows of this feeling throughout my life. Sometimes I feel so close to G‑d that I can almost touch Him; other times I feel like more of an empty shell, rather than someone with a G‑dly soul . . .
One woman’s quest to keep kosher
Trying to keep kosher represents my own evolving relationship with food, G‑d and being a Jew . . .
This year has been the most meaningful to me as a Jewish woman because the coming of the High Holy Days marks one full year since I decided to explore and immerse myself in Judaism. I actually started this journey as an experiment...
My Journey to the Mikvah and Beyond
I reasoned that our ancestors fought long and hard (in fact, we – the descendents – are still fighting) to be able to perform this deep and spiritual ritual, so why shouldn't I at least give it a try?
Expecting our Second Child
I trudged through those first three months, and transformed from someone who felt truly blessed into a hormonal wreck who questioned whether or not she was ready for another child...
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