Are you sure you’re not having triplets? Ouch. And other goodies. Plus a few things you COULD say to a pregnant colleague/friend that would not be awkward and awful.
It’s easy, and better tasting, than store-bought pita.
Little by little, when we consciously engage in and deeply consider the rituals of Passover, (or Mitzvot of any kind) we will find ourselves becoming less motivated by the desires of our ego.
How do we come back stronger?
We remember dark places and we rise up ready to bring liberation to those who need it.
How I truly learned what it means to give, and receive, while in Israel.
On Passover, along with Yom Hashoah and Yom Hazikaron we tell our families and friends to never forget our tragic pasts.
Vincent Blonigen became a bar mitzvah on his Birthright trip. He shares his story with TC Jewfolk as another round of Birthright registration is currently open.
This Yom Kippur, I’m choosing to ask forgiveness of myself for all of the ways I’ve messed up as a parent this past year.
We come to love a child, whether born from us or another, by giving and giving and giving. We come to love our spouse the same way.