So I beg you to forgive me if I don’t acknowledge or attend / Believe me, it’s not because I don’t want to be your friend.
Archives for November 2018
He was frightened of the world, and he was frightened of the future.
Let’s start off asking questions that are different than the ones other magazines ask. Why not? We’re a different magazine, maybe a different breed of magazine.
Through the years she clothed herself as a
fun-loving, hard-working American mother.
I’m visiting Israel for the Jewish New Media Summit, and all the while, in the back of my mind, I’m asking myself: Could I move back here soon?
“I will take for my hero a genius who has made a fortune in computers. He came from a pious Jewish background, of course he no longer keeps the mitzvot, but before he got off the straight path he learned something. I’ll have him do teshuvah.”
We’ve been led to believe that there is simply no alternative. There are tears in the corners of my eyes. I try to be strong for my husband. And then I find myself alone, dressed in the hospital white gown.
A “messenger of G-d” refers to either an angel or a prophet, but what about a “messenger of Jacob”? When Jacob sent a message of peace to his older, belligerent brother Esau (Gen. 32:4), the Torah says that he sent Esau malachim (“messengers”). While the word malach in Hebrew may mean “messenger”, it also means Read more
What the heck is ‘The Greybeard Experience?’ I wanted to know. And how is it connected to helping Jews in the South of Israel?
We dig in the soil, we discover