Living in Israel is often a study on kindness between people.
All together, there were four different organizations of first-responders represented in some way at our conference.
The songs I like are those that speak to me, tell me a story.
In what country do people act this way? Stop to deliver soup to a stranger; give a blessing; ask someone to fix your bracelet...or fix someone's bracelet. In Israel.
The Indian army prepared to move in and rescue the hostages, but before they did, the Israeli hostages had already overpowered their kidnappers, tied them up and handed them over to the army.
What does it say about us that we create programs to measure how fast we can run and where we can seek shelter?
A general showed up to the checkpoint in full uniform driving a brand new, sparkling clean Mercedes.
When it comes to the army, there are some thing you just don't post online.
Someone asked me if Israelis were forced to vote or they had a choice...we so have a choice and we choose to vote.
If you are thinking of voting for Kadima and Shaul Mofaz, if you are thinking of voting for Likud and Bibi Netanyahu - take a look at this news report.
President Obama, one could easily accuse the US of not knowing what is in their best interests. After all, they re-elected you, didn't they?
Peace will hold so long as the Egyptians believe that we are strong enough and well trained enough to defeat them again.
The IDF conducts physical profiling of Israeli children to determine placement in the army.
If this is how the poor Palestinians are living, I can only wish some day God grants me such poverty.
There are things we do not understand - so many things, but I believe God answers every prayer that is sent to Him.
People are complaining about floods and traffic and the cold and through it all, there is this amazing joy.
We live in a world that runs by the sun, and yet it is the moon the reminds my people of who we are and where we are going.
Boring is one of God's greatest gifts, especially for a soldier's mother.
May God forever bless us with these messy floors and children who never listen for the siren, never look where to hide.
My son-in-law needs to believe that there will be no need for soldiers in another 18 or so years. Deep down, I want to believe that too.