Last time I wrote, I focused on “good stuff,” and here I will provide more of the same. However, the good news in
I wrote in my last posting about the passing of First Lady Nechama Rivlin, z”l. But I return to this subject briefly now
Today is Yom Yerushalayim – Jerusalem Day, marking the re-unification of Jerusalem in 1967. Never, ever, will our city be divided again.
And a source of sadness, as well.
I refer, of course, to the current political situation in Israel.
For days, I held
Even with the UGH! there are always good things to report. And so, today I had hoped to begin with a deeply moving
But of course they are! The myriad of problems Israel faces, that is.
How delightful Yom Ha’atzmaut was, with its respite – its
This will be my last posting before Pesach begins on Friday night.
This year, the Pesach themes of redemption and evil resonate for
Thirty-seven years ago, during the First Lebanon war, Israeli troops engaged in a fierce and bloody battle with Syrian and affiliated PLO units
I did my good news posting and was very glad for it.
But, if we care about what’s going on around us,