Sitting in the little classroom around a plain rectangular table, the experience felt majestic and calming at the same time. We learned Torah, Prophets, Kabbalah…
Yet sitting around the Seder table telling the story in different languages, our strangeness to each other falls away. Our distinct differences highlight our
Of course more iconic than the song “To Sir With Love” is the verse from the Torah, You shall love your fellow as yourself. This is easier said than done when
In Jerusalem where adventures flourish… my TWO computers flooded during (multiple) apartment floods and I had only an old little smartphone to keep in touch
VLOG…soaking wet computers plus a teeny i-phone keyboard was just the push I needed. Here’s my VLOG post about Judaism & broken sump pumps.
I was worried about being caught up in my vision, my dreams, albeit my agenda! I remembered to pray, “Hashem, What do you want of me? Please make it clear and
…can be wildly crafty. It often just seems like the truth. “You won’t succeed, you’re selfish, you can’t…” Yetzer hara brilliantly changes its story to…
When I choose as my goal: “To love and connect with G-d and my fellow”, I am pointed in the right direction. This is no little thing. In and of itself it becomes a reason for joy.
Have you ever had an amazing experience but you weren’t ready to put it into words yet? Crazy, wonderful, inspiring, AND grounding learnings are flooding…
While getting my little photo taken and trying to not look awkward, I remembered… even this is for Hashem. Was the result a model photo? No! Instead my