It’s time to say goodbye. It’s time to say goodbye. It’s time to move on. It’s time to do something new, create something different. It’s time to let go of what is and make space of what’s to come. … Read More
There is one day of the week I always look forward to experiencing. From my childhood, I remember the entire household getting ready for this day. My mother would begin the preparation on Wednesday or Thursday morning with baking. I … Read More
Manny Tiebloom’s passing made me press the pause button and think…and reflect on a verse from the book of Psalms 90:12 למנות ימינו כן הודע ונבא לבב חכמה we read למנות ימינו “teach us to count our days rightly so that we may obtain a wise … Read More
Passover Seder– the table is set with white table cloth. On top, our table is filled with beautiful dishes, wine glasses, matzo plate, individual seder plates for each participant. I can literally smell the matza and the hard boiled eggs … Read More
This recording is a sweet one! Yaniv at 6 years old I believe, singing the Ten plagues! I was overcome with so much emotions that my voice cracked when it came time to do my part. The constant pride that … Read More
We all sing the ma nishtana at our Seder. The youngest one in the crowd stands (in our home he stands on a chair!) and sings what they have been practicing for weeks! The 4 questions are part of the magid section of the haggadah is the … Read More
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RSVP HERE Purim: Your Best Prom! A PURIM PARTY TO REMEMBER! Wednesday, February 28. RSVP Required 5:30 PM – Light dinner intended for families with young children 6:15 PM – Ma’ariv and megillah reading 7:30 PM – Purim craziness and shpiel, with … Read More
If you wish to do a short text study with a friend, here is a taste!
Listen to this meditation and teaching on Neshama (soul).