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Yehoshua November

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Yehoshua November is the author of Two Worlds Exist, a finalist for the National Jewish Book Award and Paterson Poetry Prize, and God’s Optimism, a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize in Poetry. His work has been featured in The New York Times Magazine, The Sun, Harvard Divinity Bulletin, and on National Public Radio.
The way a teacher, standing at the blackboard, chalk in hand, suddenly withdraws into himself to follow the comet tail of a thought more profound than he has ever known, then, after a long pause, opens his eyes and returns to the world of his classroom to...
I There are always two stories: That of the body, that of the soul. In this case, twenty-two stories. There are always two questions (which can also read as statements): How was this allowed to happen? How holy are these souls? There are always two storie...
When I was 18, I spent a year in the Old City of Jerusalem. I had just broken up with a girlfriend and graduated from a public school in Pittsburgh.
Poetry of Yehoshua November
The Yiddish professor whose funeral fell on the same day as the synagogue rummage sale.
Poetry of Yehoshua November
Advice for people who are angry with G-d.
Poetry of Yehoshua November
On the self-sacrifice of the sixth Rebbe of Chabad, R' Yosef Yitzchak of Lubavitch (1880-1950).
Poetry of Yehoshua November
On immersing in the spring known as the Arizal's Mikvah in the holy city of Tzefat.
Poetry of Yehoshua November
A poem about enduring G-d's hiddenness. A poem in three parts.
Poetry of Yehoshua November
The poet writes about his experiences in graduate school.
Poetry of Yehoshua November
A thought about how G-d constantly speaks the world into existence.
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