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I Just Saw Them

I’ve shared this before. I’ll share it again and again. It is amazing to me the universal response to learning about the death of someone we love, or even someone we barely know. It is what I call the, “I just saw them” response. “He can’t be dead,” someone will say after learning their friend […]


Dr. What’s his name

Professional Or Personal After I told a friend that I was making Aliyah (moving to Israel) and some of the lovely responses I had received, the “please don’t go responses,” he shared with me the following. A resident, in his medical practice, had decided to move on, but was so dedicated to his patients that he […]


HaLevi Home Macro-Micro Moments

This Week’s HaLevi Home Miraculous Micro Moments Per my last blog, let’s talk real-life “macro” vs. “micro” moments: Macro – trying to potty train my youngest Micro – well, let’s just say I finally figured out why he wasn’t going in the potty. It entailed wet socks. Macro – my older three kid’s responsibility to […]


9/11: Memory Not History

  9/11 Our Story Not His-Story   There is no word for “history” in the entire Tanach (Bible). The word used instead is “zachor” (or one of its variant forms, used 169 times to be exact). Zachor, as in Yizkor, means “memory.” “What is the difference between history and memory?” asks England’s Chief Rabbi, Dr. […]