How to Cut Carbs on ShabbatšŸ˜‚

How to Cut Carbs on ShabbatšŸ˜‚

Shavua tov!

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Mazal Tov, Mazal Tov! Twin Sisters Give Birth to Sons on Same Day

Mazal Tov, Mazal Tov! Twin Sisters Give Birth to Sons on Same Day

[And alsoĀ mazal tovĀ to my father who was released home today from the hospital, he is tired and weak but feeling much better, thank you for your prayers!!] The delivery-room nurses at Shaare Zedek Medical Center rubbed their eyes in disbelief: two sisters, identical twins, both in their fourth pregnancy, with the same due date, who […]

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Out on a Limb: A Tree Surgeon Delivers a Baby

Out on a Limb: A Tree Surgeon Delivers a Baby

When an Orthodox mom in Melbourne realized baby #5 wasn’t waiting for hospital, a tree surgeon helped out. Mazal tov and Chodesh tov    

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An Anonymous Gift to Terror Widow for 4.5 years

An Anonymous Gift to Terror Widow for 4.5 years

4.5 years ago Yael Shevach’s husband Rav Raziel was brutally murdered by a Palestinian terrorist while driving home. I’ve never met Yael, but from hearing her speak and reading her disarmingly genuine book “W is for Widow” (https://jewishmom.com/2021/02/01/w-is-for-widow-by-yael-shevach/) she’s become a person I dream to meet one day! Recently Yael shared this photo of vegetables […]

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I Don’t Know How to Respond to the Massacre of Schoolchildren in Uvalde

I Don’t Know How to Respond to the Massacre of Schoolchildren in Uvalde

19 young children and 2 teachers were slaughtered yesterday in a school classroom. I am shaken up, horrified. I don’t know how to respond to this unthinkable tragedy beyond caring, mourning. Let’s keep the innocent victims in our hearts and their bereft families in our prayers. When I saw this video by Bentzi Avtzon, I […]

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My Solitary Friday Night

My Solitary Friday Night

Last week, as part of our family business, we hosted 4 tourist groups totalling around 80 people before, after, and during Shabbat. So it felt especially strange to spend Friday night this week in Baltimore, all alone. I spent most of Shabbat day at the hospital, alternating visits to my father with reading and overeating […]

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