Ironman, Bourbon and Bats Parshat Lech Lecha 5779

There’s a dial somewhere, that spans the continuum from None to Enough. It describes how much people work out, and 99.9% of the populations gets dialed in somewhere in the middle. But there are select individuals who break the dial and crank it up to Off the Rails. This is the group of people who […]

The Millennial Revolution Parshat Noach 5779

One of the many things that I’m thankful to G-d for, it is that He had the kindness to allow me to be born in Generation X, just before the Millennial Generation. It’s not that I have anything against millennials, some of my best friends are millennials, it’s just that they are probably the most […]

What Kind of Fruit Was It? Parshat Bereishit 5779

We all know what it’s like to have your car impounded. You park at what you think is a legal spot and come back to find it missing. You search high and low, and then find a No Parking sign half a block away. You call the police, and they tell you that they indeed […]

Wanna Splurge? Parshat Ha’Azinu/Sukkot 5779

When there is money in the streets, people get spend-crazy. Right now, there is money in the streets. With the stock market soaring to all time highs, the Dow Jones up over 50% in the last three years, and companies boasting record earnings, people are flush with cash. And every time you show me people […]

Let’s Get Medieval on Yom Kippur! Parshat Vayelech/ Yom Kippur 5779

Just five miles east of the I-75 is the medieval era. Get off the highway, pass through a generic town or two, drive through some cornfields, and make a left turn into the 1500’s. It’s not always there, only at magical times, such as every weekend from late summer through the middle of the fall. […]

What if You Knew How to Save Thousands of Lives Parshat Nitzavim/Rosh Hashanah 5778

Much of the information in this article was gleaned from an article by PBS Health on May 15, 2015 Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis may go down in history as the most frustrated and frustrating doctor in history, but he certainly will also be remembered as the doctor that saved millions of mothers and infants. Born to […]

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Ironman, Bourbon and Bats
Parshat Lech Lecha 5779
The Millennial Revolution
Parshat Noach 5779
What Kind of Fruit Was It?
Parshat Bereishit 5779
Wanna Splurge?
Parshat Ha’Azinu/Sukkot 5779
Let’s Get Medieval on Yom Kippur!
Parshat Vayelech/ Yom Kippur 5779
What if You Knew How to Save Thousands of Lives
Parshat Nitzavim/Rosh Hashanah 5778
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Parsha Thoughts

Ironman, Bourbon and Bats
Parshat Lech Lecha 5779

There’s a dial somewhere, that spans the continuum from None to Enough. It describes how much people work out, and 99.9% of the populations gets dialed in somewhere in the middle. But there are select individuals who break the dial

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The Millennial Revolution
Parshat Noach 5779

One of the many things that I’m thankful to G-d for, it is that He had the kindness to allow me to be born in Generation X, just before the Millennial Generation. It’s not that I have anything against millennials,

Read More »

Wanna Splurge?
Parshat Ha’Azinu/Sukkot 5779

When there is money in the streets, people get spend-crazy. Right now, there is money in the streets. With the stock market soaring to all time highs, the Dow Jones up over 50% in the last three years, and companies

Read More »
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