On hope, afterlife, dreaming.

A couple months ago Koala and I had a 'yom kef' together and visited the Bible Lands Museum in Jerusalem, where a central feature is Ancient Egypt and of course, everyone's favorite - the mummy. We read the signs. the child-friendly materials, we saw the coffin, we saw pictures. For a few weeks after that,... Continue Reading →

Local Holocaust remembrance in 2015 and beyond

Since becoming a mom, everything has gotten harder to swallow. I don't read the news as much. Especially local evening news from New York. I can't stomach certain facts of life. And I've distanced myself from my cultural ties with Holocaust education and remembrance. Which is getting easier to do - less voices, more distance... Continue Reading →

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