About the Author


Miriam Kosman

Miriam Kosman is an international lecturer for Nefesh Yehudi, and teaches Jewish thought to hundreds of Israeli university students on a weekly basis. She is the author of the book Circle, Arrow, Spiral, Exploring Gender in Judaism. Her book is available on Amazon. To read an excerpt and learn more about her book, visit MiriamKosman.com.


Sodom, Ruth and the Kindness Imperative

An in-depth analysis of Ruth’s unique journey to the Jewish people and how she brought with her the key to humanity's redemption.

A Jewish Perspective on the Feminine

A fascinating analysis of Judaism’s perspective on the nature of the masculine and feminine.

Prisoners of Hope: Why We Mourn on Tisha B’Av

In direct proportion to our yearning do we experience the joy of re-connection.

Holy Jewish Chutzpah

When it comes to spirituality, never take no for an answer.

Men are from Weekday, Women are from Shabbat

Judaism, Shabbat and the feminine mystique.

When Choosing God Isn’t Practical

Is a relationship with God worth it? Shavuot supplies the answer.

Eradicating Cynicism

Purim and the war against meaning.

Where Have All the Good Jewish Women Gone?

Some women seem to be more interested in over-achieving than in maintaining a relationship.

Where Have All the Good Jewish Men Gone?

Fear of commitment is exacting a steep price from both men and women.

God Is in the Details

Why do Jews obsess about details, and why do we need so many mitzvot anyway?

I Hear You

It wasn’t we, the “frummies,” against those weird non-observant Jews. It was just all of us, together.

Women on the Bus

I know I am supposed to feel like a repressed, suppressed, oppressed and perhaps depressed victim. But what if I don’t?

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