Month: May 2021

We Will Never Be Silenced

They’re trying to silence us! But it’s so much more complicated than that. Here’s where my thoughts and anger began: Because I Need2Know A few years ago I decided I wanted to be a more informed person. I constantly felt like I didn’t know what was going on in the world, and it was bothersome […]

Israel, Conflict, and a Rapidly Changing World

I came to Israel in 1997, happy and starry-eyed. I was in love with my new surroundings, my new world, from day one. And merely a year later, the Second Intifada began. The dream took a break. For the next seven years it felt like non-stop stress. Constantly checking the news, never knowing who to […]

Meron: Tragic, Horrifying… and Preventable

I am very reluctant to speak about what happened in Meron just a few weeks ago. I wasn’t there. I didn’t lose anyone in the tragic disaster that occurred. But I have so many thoughts swimming around in my head, and I just want to get some of them off my chest. Israel: Must Do […]

Betrayal is Not My Christianity

Betrayal. Deceit at levels outrageously hard to fathom. That’s how so many people felt the other week. Chassidic Christianity? The story is uncommon (hopefully). The effects are drastic. And the shock remains, and will probably linger for months if not years to come. The other day my wife sent me an article about a “man” […]

Joe Biden: Finally My President

Something big happened recently with President Biden, something I can’t stop thinking about and speaking about. I am hardly a politically-minded person. And I think it would be absurd to pigeonhole my beliefs into any petty terminology like “liberal” or “conservative”. I don’t like my opinions on any issue to be artificially predetermined by some […]

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