January 29, 2018

We all watched the government grind to a halt last weekend as Democrats and Republicans refused to budge on their respective positions. Regardless of where you fall on the political spectrum, it was frustrating, at best, to watch mature adults refuse to budge and hurl...

January 8, 2018

“And Aaron stretched out his arm over the waters of Egypt and the frog arose and covered the land of Egypt” (Exodus 8:2).

Here we are in the Torah portion of Vaera, knee-deep in the ten plagues. We all know about the plague of frogs. But read the verse above again. Do y...

January 3, 2018

As a Jewish educator, every once in a while, you come across a young person who really has an impact on you. Not just a youngster who inspires and educates you - we are blessed with many of those - but one who really changes you.

This past summer was my first at Ramah D...

January 1, 2018

When we enter a dark room and turn the lights on, the first thing we do is become aware of the things around us.  What’s on the floor that we might trip on?  Where is a comfortable chair in which to sit?  So too, in the darkest months of the year we turn on lights.  We...

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