Jews In Slumber, No More

Our bubble was burst. Our innocence destroyed. After October 7, So many overjoyed. We knew Jews were hated. Didn’t know quite how much. Our lives have unraveled, No segment left untouched. In pain we found each other. All labels disappear. To unite with Jewish brothers, Is a comfort we hold dear. We’ve been awakened from […]

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To My Youngest On His Bar Mitzvah Day

When we had my son Rafi, knowing he was the last baby, I nicknamed him Rafikomen. The Ari taught that Jewish parents are imbued with Ruach Hakodesh (Divine inspiration) when they name their children. The names they choose describe the essence of their children. The gemara (Talmud) discusses a similar idea in terms of character in […]

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