In this episode we hear Natalie on her morning walks talking to us about the displaced families in her community
This is unscripted.
Natalie speaks directly in this episode about the various aspects of life now as the Jewish Nation is in the third week of war;
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
Natalie describes aspects of life now;
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.
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
Natalie starts the show discussing how it's the end of summer, the pool is emptying out, and the kids are back in school.
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;
Natalie complains about her teens, while sharing the joys of a simple life in her Settlement, and the absense of Antisemitism in her life
Natalie speaks with Marc Rosenberg, VP of Diaspora Partnerships for Nefesh b'Nefesh, the organization responsible for North American Aliyah to Israel.
Natalie interviews Jessica Stockman, now Yosepha Chava.
Natalie brings on the show mortgage consultant Yoni Hyman, to share the ins and outs of buying a home in Israel;
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.
Natalie hosts Rafi Shulman, Co-Founder of Olim Advisors, an organization that is like a concierge service for new olim
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.
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
Natalie speaks openly about the past rash of terror attacks and specifically about the latest one over Passover which affected her deeply.
Natalie speaks about the contrast between the real life in the small towns and the news stories depicting strife and division throughout the country;
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.
Natalie carries the show completely this week; first by sharing her frustration over planting a garden in her yard;
Natalie opens the show by sharing the distressing news of the past week; the earthquake in Turkey and the horrible terror car ramming attack in Ramot that killed three people, two of them young children, brothers, ages 6 and 8.
Natalie welcomes Edith Barr to the program, who shares her aliyah story. Edie and her husband made aliyah first to Beer Sheva in the early 19803
Natalie interviews Jason Lipstein (Montreal - Haifa) who made aliyah with his family just a few months ago, Summer 2022. Jason tells his story of coming to Israel 20 years ago on Birthright, returning to Montreal, and being found by Messianic Jews who were trying their utmost to convert him. Luckily, Jason's mother sent him to her Rabbi for help and Jason became a more Torah observant Jews. He eventually met his wife in a Torah class and years later, they moved to Israel.
Natalie gives a short talk touching upon fear, the fear of change, the fear of the unknown. This fear appears throughout our lives, in different aspects and different times. It is normal for this fear to grip us when approaching big changes in our lives, and making aliyah is one of the biggest changes many of us go through. Fear is normal.
Natalie hosts Kevin "Zvi" Klagge who made aliyah from Hollywood
Natalie interviews Bobby Anfang, who made aliyah in 2014 because he fell in love with an Israeli girl! Want to live in Israel and still single? Marry an Israeli.
Natalie talks about the Chanukah holyday, the daytrip she co-sponsored with Regavim, and took participants out to see illegal Arab building and learn about the landscape; she also discusses the Youth Park she dedicated in Bruchin, and how each person can make a big difference in Israel, especially in Yehuda and Shomron.
Natalie starts the show with a story of a "trempist" who was looking for work, bringing about the realization that everyone - even Israelis - have troubles.
Natalie meets with Dani Abell, who moved to Israel in 2011 right after finishing college and getting married. We trace Dani's life from learning at Hesder Yeshivah in Shalavim, to Ramot where he has been for the past 5 years with his wife Lea and 4 children