Tag: Hope

Yesterday we observed Yom Hashoah, the Holocaust Memorial Day, a day of great sadness, and contemplation. It is the day...
The Haggadah begins with the following statement. "This is the bread of affliction our forefathers ate in Egypt. Whoever is...
When I was a young boy growing up in New England our family had a custom of filling Eliyahu’s cup...
Each year we raise funds to ensure that the orphans and disadvantaged girls in Israel have new shoes and holiday...
Mazel Tov! An Israeli orphaned bride is engaged and needs help and support. By donating to the Lev Lalev Bridal...
There is naturally heightened sensitivity to the senseless killings of students. I am reminded of a horrific incident which occurred...
Another school shooting! Young innocent students dead and injured; more trauma and more pain. The mental state of shooters is...
Last week was International Holocaust Remembrance Day. This day was chosen by the United Nations as it corresponds to the...
Today is Tu B’Shvat, the New Year of the Trees. It is celebrated on the fifteenth of the Hebrew month...
On August 28, 1963 (two weeks before my Bar Mitzvah) Martin Luther King delivered his groundbreaking and famous “I had...

When they have nowhere to turn,
Who will be there for them?