Preparing for Shabbos
September 14, 2017

How to Love Shabbos Part I Like anything important, the more you get ready for something, the more special it becomes. with Rabbi Arieh at Night Time Learning

True Strength
May 26, 2017

Sometimes you just need to find the strength to hold back. In today’s world, social media makes it very hard to fly under the radar and be unnoticed. In...

May 26, 2017

While I was studying for finals, I happened to get involved in a conversation regarding life and how different people have different struggles. Specifically, how those struggles can seem...

Dying Fire
May 24, 2017

  This is a picture of a large fire that has died down and is now just a small flame. This picture represents my Jewish growth. There is a concept...

My Flag
May 10, 2017

  When I think of my personal Jewish journey I feel as though this picture truly encapsulates how much I have grown as a Jew. This flag reminds me...

The Sticky Note
May 8, 2017

  I have dedicated this year’s Sefirat Haomer to working on saying Modeh Ani, the morning prayer, each morning, and washing my hands after waking up. These are two...

A Kangaroo
May 5, 2017

  Sefira (Counting the days between Passover and Shavuos) is a time where we usually think about working on how we treat our fellow Jews better. But, this doesn’t...

A Candle
April 27, 2017

As my parents immigrated from the Soviet Union to the United States for their freedom of religion, they had a hard time getting involved into Judaism, therefore I grew...

Stuck on a Roller Coaster
April 21, 2017

Imagine you’re on this roller coaster and it stops! Well, that almost happened to me last week.   Here’s a story that I want to share with you. It...

The Wagon’s Wheels
April 19, 2017

When I think of my growth a wagon comes to mind. A wagon in Hebrew is called an agala, which also means wheel. It would seem to imply that...