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Life in Be’er Sheva: Grocery Shopping Edition

Today, our neighbor invited me over to look through bags of toys someone had passed on to her. She noticed we have a few little ones and wanted to give some to us. As I was chatting with her, she asked me all about why we are here, etc.,  and she asked me if […]

Lech Lecha – Finding a Job in Israel

Hashem speaks to Abram, commanding him, “Go from your land, from your birthplace and from your father’s house, to the land which I will show you.”

This was always my favorite Parsha; one that always resonated with me. Every person has aspirations, goals, or a destination whether spiritual or physical.  No one said the journey […]

UNESCO is Pretty Much the First Thing G-d Warned Us About

So today UNESCO did the absurd: they adopted a resolution that denies Jewish connection to the Temple Mount. Aka the Har Habayis – where the first and then second Beis Hamikdash stood.

Really.

They claimed it a Muslim site, and mentioned nothing about the Jews or Torah we’ve been following for millennia.

It’s bizarre, but not shocking. […]

Settling in a Living Legacy

Michigan, New Jersey, Alabama, The Philippines, Mexico, Georgia, Spain, California. These are the places I lived before making Aliyah. Everything in this world has a purpose. What good could come out of living in all these places? These places have given me a reason to fall in love with Israel.  Not only to fall […]