Malky Shuchat

About Malky Shuchat

Originally from Montréal, Canada, I'm a certified special ed teacher, and am completing certification to teach English in Israel. I enjoy the calmer side of life: nature, hiking, and music.

The Longest Experiment of My Life

Sometimes I get the feeling that my days are like a never-ending loop of the same day-to-day routine. Wake up, get ready for gan drop-off, drop off, grocery shopping, laundry, dishes, etc. While on the surface, my schedule looks the same, the underlying experience is very much like an experiment.

As much as I like […]

I’m a Visitor in My Hometown

A little over a year ago, I left my hometown; namely: my neighborhood, community, the street I’ve lived on for the past 27 years, and most of my family– for my real hometown, ISRAEL! And now, this summer, I’ve returned to my “…land and from your birthplace and from your father’s house” (Genesis 12, […]

By |October 7th, 2018|Israel|0 Comments

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Moshiachtech Times

I had an epiphany. 

Hashem makes sure all we need to have in this world for moshiach’s arrival is set in place. He’s preparing this world for his coming.

Comparing how we lived thousands of years ago, hundreds of years ago, decades ago, to how we live today, we can see how the pace of change […]

By |September 5th, 2018|Chassidus|0 Comments

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Am I Still New Here?

Making Aliyah has its benefits. But how long is one really considered an olah chadasha? For how much longer can I milk my excuse, “but I’m an olah chadasha,” in order to get better service (maybe?) and be excused for my grammar mistakes. When I first made Aliyah, I liked to tell people, “we’re […]