A bit about me:
I graduated from UCLA with a dual undergraduate degree in Jewish history and Cognitive science, and continued on at UCLA to receive a Master’s degree in comparative religion. During this time, I completed rabbinical school and received my rabbinical ordination (Smicha). I am currently the Director of Jewish Student Life and Learning at Orange County Hillel.
I started this blog a few years ago as I became increasingly disenchanted with Orthodox Judaism, but since then it has evolved into much more. Here, I discuss my views on Jewish practice, religion, philosophy, and lately politics and psychology.
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