Good vs. Perfect (Or “Dirty & Tired part 2”)

I recently heard a fantastic episode of Rob Bell’s podcast where he discussed the idea of Good vs. Perfect. Good, he explained, was a concept that came from the Hebrews. In fact, the first chapter of the Torah was G-d explaining how everything He created was “good” … light was good, dark was good, earth … More Good vs. Perfect (Or “Dirty & Tired part 2”)

Tired & Dirty

I used to hate getting dirty. I always kept all my things spotless and perfect and mostly wrapped in plastic, and always kept my clothes pristine. The look I subconsciously aimed for was for everything to always look and smell brand new, fresh out of the box or fresh out of the laundry. I didn’t … More Tired & Dirty

Parshat Mishpatim and A Halachically-Acceptable Automation

A tale of my adventures into extremely basic “programming” and the week’s parsha. A few weeks ago, I decided I wanted to take all the Shmiras HaLashon lessons Devorah Sisso (who I work for) gives in her Whatsapp group and develop an email automation. Meaning, anyone can come and sign up on our form and immediately … More Parshat Mishpatim and A Halachically-Acceptable Automation

Chinese New Year – and What Could Be Better than Perfect?

I’ve been working with Devorah Sisso Stieglitz for about a year now, but produced a number of incredible things this past month alone – and she noticed. A few days ago, she finally couldn’t resist and asked me, “What changed? Why are you suddenly producing so much?” The answer was actually very simple: I just … More Chinese New Year – and What Could Be Better than Perfect?