Remember where you were on Passover - or at this time of year - in years past. Perhaps in the company of some in this room, perhaps with family or friends, maybe in a different place than you expected. Another year has passed, and with it, joys and challenges, good and bad.
How the Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting and Processing Grief Led Me to Heller High – and Changed My Life
I became bat mitzvah on October 27, 2018. It was both one of the best and worst days of my life. At the same time I was on the bima at my home congregation of Temple Emanuel in Greensboro, NC, a gunman at another community in Pittsburgh walked into the Tree of Life Synagogue and killed 11 Jewish people.
Jewish Food for Thought is a series of animations that distill Jewish teachings into a form that is accessible, entertaining, funny, and fresh. Created by Hanan Harchol, with study guides authored by Rabbi Leora Kaye, the project is funded by The Covenant Foundation, with fiscal sponsorship by The Foundation for...
My Hebrew name is Emunah, and I have autistic spectrum disorder (ASD).
Losing a loved one is a natural part of life, and yet, when it happens it can be profoundly overwhelming. In this animation, Hanan and Daddy are on on their way to a Shiva, and Hanan is wondering what he can say to comfort the mourner.