Yet sitting around the Seder table telling the story in different languages, our strangeness to each other falls away. Our distinct differences highlight our
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.
High up in the mountains, Tzfat is considered “the city of kabbalah”… very spiritual… mystical actually. Cobblestoned streets and winding alleys lead to medieval Synagogues, art galleries and all sorts of captivating nooks and crannies.
I came to Jerusalem to study Judaism and Yiddishkeit … In the meantime, I had a big surprise. Tonight I took a Krav Maga class…a form of Israeli self defense that …
Who knew being unabashedly Jewish was the missing link? Perhaps someone feels the same way… no sense of belonging to any Jewish co
I am an internet overuser, a plate overloader. Time management is not my strength. But once a week, for 25 hours, I now receive a break…I calm my amygdala
Simchat Torah means “The Joy of the Torah”. The festivities are expressed with singing, dancing… No “Cha Cha Slide” but a wild, rockin’, hopping, extravaganza
I asked… “Can you explain Yom Kippur in a nutshell to me?” This is what I’ve learned…On Yom Kippur…
we return to who we really are. The deepest part of
A mini skirt wearing, religion hating, pork rib loving woman seeking excitement…finds joy, dignity and delight in her Jewish roots and surprise surprise..
I love being Jewish. Of course I didn’t used to. But now I am kind of like a little kid… learning the meaning, significance, rituals