Is ‘local’ the answer?

I've been thinking about local vs global for a while now. I think there's a clear crossover between my midlife crisis (five years and counting?) and this growing sense that the most important thing we can do - as individuals - is pay attention to the local vs the global. There seems to be a... Continue Reading →

Big plans for Tzur Hadassah.

Build it, and they will come. In our case, many already did, but I'm sure that attracting more is part of the plan. Walking through the yishuv this week I noticed the sign declaring what we all thought were just rumors and faraway promises: a major community center in the middle of Tzur Hadassah, servicing... Continue Reading →

A small community Yom HaZicaron.

A small community Yom HaZicaron tekes is unlike the others I've been to in Israel. There is something about it. Maybe it sounds strange, but it's almost like the smallness makes it more intense. At the kotel or Rabin square, you know why you are there... Or you feel the obvious magnitude of the occasion.... Continue Reading →

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