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The Blessings of Being Low on Gas

This first appeared on Israellycool here. You know that you’re living a strange existence, or perhaps a particularly special one, when you end up seeing your need for gas as a blessing. During the summer months I’m particularly pressed for time. The kids’ camps offer only a sliver of time to run to the office,… Read More The Blessings of Being Low on Gas

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A Beautiful Day for a Walk with our Fathers

This article was first published on the Times of Israel blog on Friday at http://blogs.timesofisrael.com/derech-haavot-standing-strong-one-footstep-at-a-time/. Three days ago, Tomer Ditur set out from his home in Rosh Tzurim, in Gush Etzion, to go for a run. He ran along Derech Ha’avot, the Path of the Patriarchs, where so many of us in the Gush run and… Read More A Beautiful Day for a Walk with our Fathers

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Just Do It: How You Can Help Us in Israel

I’m not embarrassed to say that I am, at times during the day, depressed. I get up each day, remembering that yesterday there was another stabbing, another car ramming, another stone throwing that ended in injury, and I have trouble waking up. Honestly. As the terror has gotten closer and closer to home, there are… Read More Just Do It: How You Can Help Us in Israel