About the Author


Sarah Rudolph

Sarah Rudolph is a freelance Jewish educator, writer, and editor. She has been sharing her passion for Jewish texts of all kinds for over 15 years, with students of all ages. Sarah’s essays have been published in a variety of internet and print media, including Jewish Action, OU Life, TorahMusings, Times of Israel, and more. Sarah lives in Cleveland with her husband and four children, but is privileged to learn online with students all over the world through www.TorahTutors.org and www.WebYeshiva.org.


Masks and How We Relate to Others

The pandemic has made us more sensitive to the fact that everyone has the capacity to harm another – with our germs, with our words, with our actions.

When God Knocks: Open the Door or Run?

Coming to terms with the challenges and opportunities of connecting to God.

Rebecca Gave Only After She was Asked

I need to be asked or I won’t know what to give, even if I want to. Does this mean I’m not a kind person?

The Internet that Cried Wolf

A modern adaptation on the classic tale.

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