I was 18 years old the first, and last, time I visited Auschwitz. I was on a tour designed for Jewish teens to learn firsthand about the Holocaust. We traveled to Poland, where we visited death camps, concentrations camps, monuments, and cemeteries. We bore witness to the millions of shoes, suitcases, glasses, strands of hair, and prosthetic limbs that were . . .
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This is how my kitchen looked last week, on the day before Passover: Oven racks were scattered on the counter, covered with anti-grease spray; the refrigerator had been taken apart, scrubbed, then put back together through reverse engineering; the dining room table and chairs were scattered in the . . .
Yael tells us of some deep truths she recently found in a very unlikely place.
Coming to us from the beautiful Holy Land, Yael talks about Pesach, or Passover, and explains why celebrating this biblical holiday is every bit as important today as it was thousands of years ago.
Known as the new year of the trees, Tu B'Shvat offers us some important lessons on God's provision and timing.