On anger and the net

Rachel Barenblat has a great post titled “Praying my anger away” over at the Velveteen Rabbi this morning.

For those of us who spend a lot of time online, anger’s often a temptation. Rachel has some great thoughts on how it can affect us and how to respond, as well as an interesting note about things we often gloss over in liturgy suddenly attracting our attention when we most need to hear them.

Check it out!

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