Hashem chose the Jewish people because of the inner spark of spirituality that resides in every Jewish soul. Every Jew has an obligation to fan that spark and nourish it through mitzvos and good deeds. My mission is to capture the Human side of the Jewish community, sharing stories one person at a time.
CHANUKAH 1931 “It was on a Friday afternoon right before Shabbat that this photo was taken. My grandmother realized that this was a historic photo, and she wrote on the back of the photo that ‘their flag wishes to see the death of Judah, but Judah will always survive, and our light will outlast their […]
“Happy #Hanukkah from the New York Transit Museum! In this clever holiday card, created by local Brooklynite Cheryl Berkowitz, the heart of Downtown Brooklyn is transformed into the menorah.” 🕎 Chanukah begins Sunday, December 2nd at sundown. Source: @nytransitmuseum — in Brooklyn, New York.
IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER: Revised December 1, 2018 Andy Cohen June 2018/ Photo: Andy Cohen Prince William June 2018/ Photo: The Royal Family Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld & Family January 2018/ Photo: Jessica Seinfeld Conan O’Brien August 2017/ Photo: Conan O’Brien Justin Timberlake May 2014/ Photo: Justin Timberlake Mariah Carey June 2015/ Photo: ynet Will […]
November 2018 marked 5 years since my father passed away. Humans of Judaism was created in his memory, in an effort to share the good within the community. My dad is buried in Israel and this trip was planned to honor his memory. Below are some snapshots and moments from a trip that I will […]
I arrived to Israel on November 22, 2018 Visit to Yad Vashem: November 22, 2018 When planning this trip to Israel, it was important to prioritize a visit to Yad Vashem: World Holocaust Center, Jerusalem. Yad Vashem is Israel’s official memorial to the victims of the Holocaust. I invited along my incredible friend JamieGeller.com and […]