A diamond doesn’t lose its value just because it was buried in the ground for while. Just clean it off, and you will see its brilliant shine.
It took a few days for me to realize that if I wanted to go back to Kindergarten I would have to play by the grown ups’ rules.
The birth of a child is a blessing for any family, but for our family my son Joshua’s birth was also an affirmation.
A Serial Haiku Call to Spiritual Arms Darkness is a bluff, It seems like it’s forever, It’s gone in a wink. A tiny light bulb, Can light an amphitheater, So can your light too. Yoseph is a spark, Esav is a bale of hay, Doesn’t stand a chance. It’s easy to Read more
The love of a mother
Is endless in scope
Crosses all boundaries
Giving us hope
We’ve been talking about starting up a podcast where we interview orthodox Jewish authors about their books for a few months, but we finally got the required push when veteran Sasson contributor Yael Shahar put out a new book, called Returning.
Jerusalem, no more do you cast your light.
No more a pinnacle of joy in men’s eyes,
Your days are drowned with night.
Entertainment picks beckon
The taste suddenly ashen
Why It’s Still Burning They were walking in front of me, On the way to shul. They were all dressed up, Heeding each fashion rule. I could just imagine Their kind of talk. All the latest gossip Would take up their walk. Undoubtedly judging others, like: “That one could use tips!” Divrei Torah? Far from Read more
Layers of soot and smoldering ash coat every alley.