There is a split vav in the word for peace – shalom – in the parsha Pinchas. Why split peace? What does it mean?
What do you see in this drawing of a ballet dancer? What is on her head? Any ancient Egyptian
Butterfly Park, blogger interviews, film fest guess, Wernher von Braun, Lübeck’s synagogue, parrots, compost and prayers for RivkA
About thirty years ago when the Soviet Union first opened its doors, an elderly woman arrived in Israel who was visited by many rabbis.
Long ago there was a king. He was a new king. He was trying to get the people who lived far to the north to adhere to his sovereignty. So he asked his elder advisers: What shall I do?
Da boid in the tree, feeding the birds before Shabbat Shira, setting up a bird feeder, an empty finch sock, and strange noisy birds in my backyard are all part of this week’s Nature Notes.
Cardinals, Shifra and Puah, no Jews or dogs, inspiring kitchen headers, nasty linkers, breast cancer and child abuse are some of the topics discussed.
What do you think of when you see a cow? Or a drawing of a cow? Much thanks to Peter Paul Rubens for his help with the drawing.
Stars and stripes are both depicted in this watercolor. There are also grapes, birds, bread in baskets and blood. What do you see?
Free Association Game: What do you think of when you read sheep? Comments welcome.