This is Gidon. My Lyft driver and new brother. This morning, on my way back home from a very productive recording session with the fabulous Adrienne Gold in DC, I requested my Lyft. When Gidon arrived, I entered his car and immediately saw a tefilat haderech (prayer for travelers) and […]
First I am a Jew.
First, coffee. It’s not Boker Tov until I’ve had my coffee Coffee Mug
Sababa. Sababa by Humans of Judaism Men’s Tee Blue and white, Israel. Hebrew.
Hebrew Alphabet Blocks This set of hand-hewn blocks puts the ancient language of the Jewish people at your child’s fingertips.
Buy Now, Jewish Humor Coffee Mug by Humans of Judaism “It’s not Boker Tov until I’ve had my coffee” Boker Tov is Hebrew for Good Morning This makes a great gift and also fun for yourself. SaveSave SaveSave
Sefaria is building the future of Jewish learning in an open and participatory way. They are creating a free repository of Jewish texts and their interconnections, in Hebrew and in translation. Their scope is Torah in the broadest sense, from Tanach to Talmud to Zohar to modern texts and all […]
Henry Kissinger “Golda, you must remember that first I am an American, second I am Secretary of State and third I am a Jew.” Golda Meir “Henry, you forget that in Israel we read from right to left.”
TODAY IN HISTORY: February 4th – Birthdate of Judah Monis, First Hebrew Language Instructor of any North American College
Judah Monis was born on February 4th 1683 in Italy. Monis was the first Hebrew language instructor of any North American college. Monis was born to Portugese parents and was educated in Jewish schools in Italy and Amsterdam. In around the year 1715, Monis opened a small shop in New York […]
“Admiring creative people willingness to learn new language while meeting others. Sign reads: “New immigrant, want to improve my #hebrew. Do you have a minute?” #onlyinisrael #humansofjudaism #israel #taglit” – Romi Naparstek