Learning Languages is Good for the Brain – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie interviews Ina Ora Nisa, a woman from Romania, who lived her adult life in Switzerland and married a Spanish man.

From Mexico to Haifa – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie opens the show sharing the loss of her mother, who lived in the USA; Natalie shares her grief and regret for not pushing her parents to make aliyah.

Politics in Tel Aviv – Returning Home [audio]

In this episode Natalie interviews aspiring Tel Aviv municipal politician Daniel Gindis, an oleh from NYC who is running for a seat on the Tel Aviv City Council.

Lasers and More…. – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie talks to us from her morning walks, and during one she notices that a laser is aimed at her courtesy of the security team which is always on watch;

Natalie is BACK! – Returning Home [audio]

After touring several cities in the States, Natalie is back home in Israel and she has something to say!

Hard Times…. – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie speaks freely in this episode from different times and locations; she starts at the Dead Sea where she spends her birthday in the morning, and we get glimpses of her on her morning walk and elsewhere as the week goes by.

Maintaining Momentum – Returning Home [audio]

her own son who is fighting in Gaza, was released for Shabbat, and how the families in Israel are all dealing with life during this challenging time.

Germany 1939 – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie interviews Kim Bash Reatory Extraordaire; Kim tells us about the olim she works with, the challenges, the desires, what is important in finding a new home, how finding a community is more important than the actual house, and more.

Having Your Passport Isn’t Enough – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie shares a letter she received from her son serving in Gaza;

Fighting With Their Whole Hearts – Returning Home [audio]

In this episode we hear Natalie on her morning walks talking to us about the displaced families in her community

National Shivah – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie speaks directly in this episode about the various aspects of life now as the Jewish Nation is in the third week of war;

I Know They Aren’t All Bad – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie talks during her morning walk, and touches upon her feelings about her arab neighbors, her attitude about her life and her positive feelings about things until recently

War!! – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie talks frankly giving a play-by-play of how her sons were sent off to fight, how she learned of the war, and what her thought are concerning the arab terrorists who share the land of Israel.

Rosh haShanah – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie talks to us directly from the Susya swimming pool and tells us about the end of the season, the celebration of the yishuv's 40 year

End of Summer – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie starts the show discussing how it's the end of summer, the pool is emptying out, and the kids are back in school.

Hardships and Challenges – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie speaks from the heart as she describes her first car accident in Israel; she then interviews Avraham Shalom Fansapurkar who made aliyah from India in June, and discusses the difficulties he encountered on his very first day;

Motherly Gripes and More… – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie complains about her teens, while sharing the joys of a simple life in her Settlement, and the absense of Antisemitism in her life

Waves of Experiences – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie speaks with Marc Rosenberg, VP of Diaspora Partnerships for Nefesh b'Nefesh, the organization responsible for North American Aliyah to Israel.

From Las Vegas to Paradise – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie interviews Jessica Stockman, now Yosepha Chava.

Buying a Home in Israel – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie brings on the show mortgage consultant Yoni Hyman, to share the ins and outs of buying a home in Israel;

An Oleh from India – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie interviews Avraham Moshe Fansapurkar of Mumbai, who plans to make Aliyah in June. Avraham is 38, single, and wants to find a Jewish woman to marry.

“Need Someone to Hold Your Hand?” – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie hosts Rafi Shulman, Co-Founder of Olim Advisors, an organization that is like a concierge service for new olim

Memorial Day in Israel – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie shares her thoughts and experiences of Memorial Day, Yom Ha'Zicharon and explains how the changeover to Independence Day "Yom Ha'atzmaut" is very unique. She also discusses how her small yishuv is building on the surrounding hills and how you can be involved.

No Future for Jews in Exile – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie speaks with Sarah Kramer, a Brooklyn woman planning on making Aliyah. Sarah is in her 60s, is a single mother and grandmother, and has a straightforward style

Sharing Grief – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie speaks openly about the past rash of terror attacks and specifically about the latest one over Passover which affected her deeply.

Protests and Conflict, Even in Our Home – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie speaks about the contrast between the real life in the small towns and the news stories depicting strife and division throughout the country;

Re-building a Life in the Golden Years – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie interviews Arlene Milgram, 81, Boca- Modiin; Arlene tells about her move and her ways of finding a new home and establishing a new life in Israel after wanting to come home for years.

Gardens and Cocktail Parties – Returning Home [audio]

Natalie carries the show completely this week; first by sharing her frustration over planting a garden in her yard;

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