It has been a long time since we have sent out an update and this is a long one. Please take time to read the whole newsletter, or at least scan the topics, as there are a lot of opportunities for learning included. Shalom and Toda Raba! Read the rest of this entry »
Time has flown so quickly in the past few weeks. It is hard to believe that spring is finishing and summer is fast approaching. We look forward to our garden harvest as much as we have enjoyed watching it grow. With Shavuot just around the corner, we feel blessed that we can joyfully anticipate the festive activities and visit with friends from other groups.
Shalom everyone, I trust all of you had a wonderful Passover and are looking forward to Shavuot. I am very excited to announce to you that Debbie and I have done four special programs (each divided into 2 smaller segments) on this wonderful festival which can be seen on Arba4. I think these Shavuot sessions are some of the best programs that we have ever presented. The first program is up now so give it a look and let us know what you think. http://arba4.com/
March 19, 2010
Pesach Greetings from Hatikva
I’ve noticed recently how easy it has become to be critical of so many things around us. Everyone everywhere expresses angst over political leaders, non-support for Israel, changes in medical care, unfair treatment in the workforce, and the list goes on. True, it is easy to find fault with almost anything or anyone these days. Most of us are quick to notice that we have a better solution for the cares of the world, then we become frustrated when our thoughts are not noticed.