Playing the violin involves both of your arms: the fingers of your left hand are positioned over the strings to press down on them and play the notes, while your right hand controls your bow. Your bow goes up and down – simple enough – leaving you enough brain power to focus on your left … More Believing in our Potentials
A few days ago in the Hebrew calendar was the 10th of Tevet. According to Aish.com, on that same day in 424 BCE, the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar began his siege of Jerusalem. The Aish article continues: “Actually, there was little damage on that first day and no Jews were killed, yet it began a chain … More Making a “Small” Mistake
I’ve always loved Chanukah. I love the story, I love the candles, I love the lights, I love the donuts, I love it all – in theory. This year was the first year I decided it was actually time to celebrate the holiday properly, so I showed up at Chabad and lit some candles with my … More It’s STILL Chanukah??