Monthly Archives: December 2010

To Nourish His Spirit

The following is a letter written by Rabbi Peter W. Stein, Temple Sinai, Cranston RI, to Carrie Bornstein, Assistant Director at Mayyim Hayyim, about his experience bringing a terminally ill congregant to the mikveh during the final days of his … Continue reading

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Michelle’s Mikveh Story

Michelle shared the following with those of us who attended “Love, Loss and What I Didn’t Wear: A Red Tent Event” on December 7, 2010. For most of my life, the ritual of immersion in a mikveh felt irrelevant to … Continue reading

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Absolutely Fabulous, Darling!

Little Red Dress? Check. Martinis? Check.   Lipstick? Check. Having an absolutely fabulous time while raising over $87,000.00 dollars for Mayyim Hayyim? Check and Check! On December 7, over 250 women gathered for Mayyim Hayyim’s Red Tent Benefit Event, Love, … Continue reading

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