What Hashem desires most is that we learn to connect with each other as children in the same family.
He wondered what it was like to live in Israel, to be religious.
It finally hits me, the world cries to it’s own problems...
Help me and the rest of them Know what I really mean.
This man, who is coming to speak to all of you today, is a holy man.
You’ve been taken from me my child I’ve been alone for many years, That you will never return Is my deepest hidden fear.
Shining faces and broad smiles surrounded me and I knew my own face had a silly grin plastered on it all evening.
One by one they would come, Dressed in their scary uniform, All with the same game,
“Beauty is not always seen, but felt by the heart, ” said Hellen Keller.
The following poem was written by Eden Malka, a student at the Yeshivah of Flatbush who will take part in the school’s Witness Theater in honor of Yom HaShoah.
One important factor in helping us laugh is not taking yourself too seriously.
Are we wealthy, are we paupers? Are we kings or are we slaves?
Should I make conversation with her? How should I start? A million questions zoomed through Leah’s mind until she finally said, “Shalom, do you speak English?” Leah questioned.
I walked into the trap he set, And there a terrible fate I met.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the oldest recorded use of LOL was in the 1960s and it referred “little old lady.” LOL was first used for its official meaning in the 1980s.
Her faith she had to hide, To find out the king tried But no answer would ever come from His wife.
What made this apple decay and grow mold, This is a message for both young and old.
Never sacrifice the people who matter for anything of lesser importance...
When a child is trembling with fear, When guns command him to raise his hands in the air You know beyond a shadow of doubt The World Has Gone Upside Down.
Somewhere along the way, my own mantra got lost and fell to the wayside. Now, that certainty has been replaced by doubt. By comparing. By looking over my shoulder at others and seeing that they do more, they have more, they know more, they have more than me.