is still the best thing that I've ever written about Pesach/Passover, so I will, once again, start off by linking
Also, I am hoping to find time over the holiday to start an additional blog called "Out of Egypt," about the intersection between Judaism and mental health. This has been a long-standing interest of mine, and sometimes when I am too busy thinking about Important Things to write in this blog, that is what I am thinking and writing about. So far, this writing has been private. I decided that the time has come to expand that to a more public sphere.
I am going to password-protect that blog, though, for various reasons. If you want access to it, please send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will hand down a verdict as soon as I can. I will be more likely to grant access to people willing to give me their real names. (Posts/comments on the blog can be as anonymous as people want.)
If I decide not to give you access, it's probably because I don't know you too well or for some other arbitrary reason that I may refuse to share. If/when I got to know you better, I might change my mind. Or not. I hope this decision doesn't make me a lot of enemies. I've decided that it's what works for me at the moment.
Wishing everyone a liberating and redemptive Pesach!
Labels: Jewish holidays, mental health, Pesach