In this episode...
Karen sits down with actress, filmmaker, and podcaster Daniella Rabbani to chat all about Daniella’s “deliciously Jewish” life, the importance of finding your own place in Judaism, the joy of Jewish music, and so much more. Daniella truly embodies Your Jewish Life’s philosophy of “your Jewish life, your way,” and she positively radiates Jewish joy – making this episode an absolute must-listen if you could use a little reminder that you are Jewish enough, just the way you are.
You’ll find out:
- What being Jewish means to Daniella
- How she learned to tap into her own Jewish joy
- Why we as Jews need to rid ourselves of internalized antisemitism and shame
- Daniella’s favorite thing about being Jewish
- How she stopped feeling ashamed that she met her husband at a Jewish charity event
- The importance of not judging other Jews
- How studying Yiddish changed Daniella’s life
- All about Daniella’s own podcast, Mom Curious, about finding your own path through motherhood
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Daniella Rabbani is an actress known for her roles as Rabbi Zoe on CBS' God Friended Me, Jane in HBO's Scenes from a Marriage and her extensive stage work with The National Yiddish Theater Folksbiene. Daniella hosts the podcast Mom Curious, a safe space to ask moms of all stripes what the real deal is. You can find her award winning short film OMA on Amazon Prime. It is a look into the experience of being a third generation Holocaust survivor. BFA: NYU Tisch. More @daniellarabbani where she shleps nachas over her two kids Ness and Paz and advocates for a better world.