Finding the Vortex Parshat Beshalach

If you want to have a great (and pricey!) family experience with inordinate amounts of fun for children, you might want to head on down to Disneyworld. Each year, fifty two million people, mostly families with small children, visit this Mecca of Fun, making it the most visited attraction in the world. The Orlando area, […]

Energy Comes from Where? Parshat Bo 5779

Whether you have a watch or not, you know roughly what time it is. That is due to an almond sized beautiful piece of gray matter right in middle of your brain called the hypothalamus. The hypothalamus controls many primary human functions such as temperature regulation, heart rate, blood pressure, hunger, thirst, learning, and memory. […]

Burn Baby, Burn Parshat Vayechi 5779

It all started with some bad rubber. On July 23rd, a couple was towing their Grey Wolf Select RV trailer down California’s Route 299 when one of the tires blew out. There was nowhere for them to pull off; the thin roadway was surrounded by deep gullies, so they continued down the road, looking for […]

The Nuclear Reactor in the Backyard Parshat Vayigash

Becoming an Eagle Scout, the highest-level Boy Scout, is much like stamp collecting, except that you have to do particular tasks to collect those stamps, or merit badges as they are called in Eagle-speak. There are over a hundred different areas of interest in which you can earn a badge, ranging from bugling, to dentistry, […]

The Layaway Angels Parshat Mikeitz/Chanukah

It doesn’t look like we’ll be having snow angels this Chanukah in our area, but instead we got a different kind of angel, the layaway angel. Like so many good things, layaway angels got their start in the great state of Michigan. But now they are sweeping the nation, with layaway angel reports coming in […]

The Epidemic No One Talks About Parshat Vayeshev

lonely adjective lone·​ly | \ˈlōn-lē \ Definition of lonely 1a: being without company 1b: cut off from others 2: not frequented by human beings 3: sad from being alone 4: producing a feeling of bleakness or desolation From the Merriam-Webster Dictionary Loneliness is a an epidemic. Don’t take it from me. The world is slowly […]

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Finding the Vortex
Parshat Beshalach
Energy Comes from Where?
Parshat Bo 5779
Burn Baby, Burn
Parshat Vayechi 5779
The Nuclear Reactor in the Backyard
Parshat Vayigash
The Layaway Angels
Parshat Mikeitz/Chanukah
The Epidemic No One Talks About
Parshat Vayeshev
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Finding the Vortex
Parshat Beshalach

If you want to have a great (and pricey!) family experience with inordinate amounts of fun for children, you might want to head on down to Disneyworld. Each year, fifty two million people, mostly families with small children, visit this

Read More »

Energy Comes from Where?
Parshat Bo 5779

Whether you have a watch or not, you know roughly what time it is. That is due to an almond sized beautiful piece of gray matter right in middle of your brain called the hypothalamus. The hypothalamus controls many primary

Read More »

Burn Baby, Burn
Parshat Vayechi 5779

It all started with some bad rubber. On July 23rd, a couple was towing their Grey Wolf Select RV trailer down California’s Route 299 when one of the tires blew out. There was nowhere for them to pull off; the

Read More »
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