On the phone, at a gas station, in our dreams
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Rebecca Dreisinger is a writer and counselor in New York City whose work has appeared in the New York Jewish Week and the Jewish Sentinel. She is currently completing a memoir, Olive Girl, about becoming an Israeli citizen.
On one level mystics and pluralists from different faiths have more in common with each other than they do with fundamentalists of their own religion. Sometimes I feel like I belong to two peoples: the Jewish people and a pluralistic people drawn from all faiths.