defensible borders, or when did you stop beating your

self? This seems to be the mode we’re in now. Defending ourselves. Here I am as a Modern Orthodox Zionist woman, having to send out notices about our mikveh’s policy because of a power-hungry man who thought himself above G-d’s laws. And here is an article about defensible borders for Israel. All the garbage about … More defensible borders, or when did you stop beating your

birthday party day

Our grandson answers immediately when asked “How old are you?” “Two.” He’s very smart. Give the people what they want and they’ll give you what you want. I am happy to have something wonderful to focus on. That’s all I want. I took a lot of photos of the festivities and then spent a lot of … More birthday party day

catching the waves

Perhaps just as important as going through the day of Yom Kippur, with all its introspection, is the wrap-up afterwards. After all, what’s the good of a heshbon hanefesh, “accounting of the soul”, without a follow-through? (See this for a discussion how the Mussar movement made this a daily activity). So what do I remember now? … More catching the waves