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Experiencing the Freedom of Passover

“The Counting of the Omer,” or the 50 days between Passover and Shavuot, is a special, appointed time with God.  I believe it’s a time when He wants us to experience and walk in the reality of all He did for us at Passover, First Fruits and Shavuot -- all…

Incensed - The Importance of Being Honest.

This year’s Shabbat service before Pesach was tremendous! The Presence of the Ruach HaKodesh was especially strong during the worship service. As we were worshipping I encouraged the congregation to lift up their voices to Heaven as a sweet smelling sacrifice.Within a few minutes the distinct smell of burning incense…

Israel’s Educational Tradition Drives Economic Growth

Ever since ancient times, Israeli culture has valued education as a primary pillar in the establishment of the nation. The Babylonian Talmud, compiled in the 4th century CE states, “The very world rests on the breath of a child in the schoolhouse” (Shabbat Tractate, 119b), exemplifying the importance of study…

$24 In A Day

Rabbi Chaninah ben Chachinai said: He who stays awake at night and goes on his way alone and turns his heart to idle thoughts is liable for his life. (m.Avot 3:5)In our modern culture it is easy to extend our days well into the night. We have electricity that allows…

Parashat Shemini (Eight)

Vayikra (Leviticus) 9:1-11:47 This week’s reading is very interesting and rich; it contains some nuggets of wisdom for those of us who fear the Lord and follow Him. First, let me remind us of one of the things that we learned from last week’s blog, Pesach (Passover) Reflections: our God…

The Blue Period

           My husband and I have been married for forty-two years, which is a long time. One day I was telling him that I wasn’t feeling quite right. I told him that I was feeling a little sad, feeling off, in fact I was feeling “bluish”. My husband immediately without…

“Hey Teacher, Leave Those Kids Alone!”

Parashat Shemini Lev. 9:1-11:47Years ago, Pink Floyd’s irreverent song “Another Brick in the Wall” caught my attention. Lines like, “We don’t need no education. We don’t need no thought control. No dark sarcasm in the classroom,” followed by the commanding, “Teachers, leave them kids alone!” caught my attention. As a…

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