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On February 1st, 2003, the Space Shuttle Columbia disintegrated during re-entry into Earth's atmosphere, killing all seven astronauts on board. In addition to the six American astronauts was Ilan Ramon z"l, an Israeli airforce Colonel and Israel's first astronaut. This week we remember Ramon with an an interview with Hezi Levy – a close childhood friend of Ilan's.+ READ MORE
There is a well known Talmudic passage in Tractate Shabbat (21b) which relates to Chanukkah. After expounding the technical details of when, how and where to light our chanukkiah, the Rabbis then famously ask "מאי חנוכה" ("What is Chanukkah"?)+ READ MORE
A child's stream-of-consciousness was something my Bubby always valued. Her philosophy was that when a child asks a question, any question, it should be answered honestly and seriously – not only because it matters for the child’s development, but because it matters to the child.+ READ MORE
In this "Spotlight On..." video, Shlomi Edelshtein – a Shaliach in Toronto – discusses the memory of attending Rabin's funeral with his grandfather, and how that has impacted him and his work today with teens.
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Brett Kopin edited a volume in Jewish education for early childhood written by his Bubby, Marvell Ginsburg, author of . This is the third post from Brett about his memory of her teachings.+ READ MORE
How can we turn our thinking about the Days of Awe, or yamim noraim (ימים נוראים), into an opportunity to revel in the awe of this special time of year? What does it mean for something to be truly awe full (or filled with awe)?+ READ MORE
Robert Aumann is an Israeli American who won the Nobel Prize in Economics in 2005 for his work in game theory. Israel has more Nobel prize winners per capita than any other country, and Aumann is one of the contributing reasons for this.+ READ MORE