This Week’s Best Videos, Photos, and Links

This Week’s Best Videos, Photos, and Links

Over the course of the week, you JewishMOMs usually send me a bunch of great videos and links that I end up only posting on my facebook fanpage or not at all… So welcome to this new weekly feature of the site, a post where I will be featuring my favorite videos and links and photos from that week…

TED Talk by “Chutzpadik” Hatzalah Founder (14-Minute Inspirational Video) His whole life story is amazing but the most amazing thing of all is that he founded Hatzalah and then his father’s life was saved by a Hatzalah volunteer.

How to Announce a Pregnancy (1-Minute Funny Video)

Israel: Small Country, Big Ideas (2-Minute Israel-is-Awesome Video)

Blind Attorney Runs Marathon (3-Minute Inspirational Video). My favorite part is the final line about the life lesson he learned during the marathon…

Only one link this week: an important article about children and internet use: To Love and Protect a Child in a Digital World by Hands Free Mama

"One's primary service of Hashem is that which is achieved through difficulty and overcoming obstacles." --Rabbi Yitzchok Zilberstein

“One’s primary service of Hashem is that which is achieved through difficulty and overcoming obstacles.” –Rabbi Yitzchok Zilberstein

This photo was actually sent together with a submission for the 6-word contest. The six words were "Uh oh, Nunie is too quiet..." From Shalvi Weissman, thanks Shalvi!

This photo was actually sent together with a submission for the 6-word contest. The six words were “Uh oh, Nunie is too quiet…” From Shalvi Weissman, thanks Shalvi!

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4 comments

  1. Thanx, Chana! These are great!

  2. The very last line – is such an important link. I think you should include information about it in a paragraph so it will be noticed. I almost missed it. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Hatzalah”s phone number is 1221 in Israel.

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