A Rabbi was walking down the street when a Jew, who was looking for inspiration, approached him. Continue reading “Infusing Meaning into our Lives”
Israel has everything. Even bank robberies. Continue reading ““Don’t start up with me!””
It was March 17, 2020 and the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading “Netanya, the Coronavirus and the Cab Driver”
One of the keys to achieving your life’s dreams is to act like a thermos and not like a thermometer.
It’s Friday afternoon and I’m queasy. This quarantine is hard enough but the Shabbos brings on additional restrictions—no internet, no telephone and now because of the virus I can’t attend synagogue services or host guests. Continue reading “Corona Shabbos”
Here in Israel Bibi declared complete lockdown for Seder night, threatening arrest or a fine to anyone found on the streets. No, he wasn’t overreacting and he’s not planning on turning the country into a police state. Continue reading “Pesach 2020 – No aunts’ fluffy matzo balls to dunk in the soup”
Batya Ruddell is a columnist for Hamodia/Binah publications and the author of seven books. Batya is a creative writing teacher, writing mentor and coach, and certified Narrative Therapist. Continue reading “Interview with Batya Ruddell”
Rabbi Paysach Krohn is a Rav, mohel, author, and lecturer on topics related to ethics and spiritual growth. Continue reading “Interview with Rabbi Paysach Krohn”