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May 4, 2016, 3:33 PM
Past, Present, and Future
Many times we are so focused on the present, the here-and-now, and the future, the where-are-we-going, that we don’t spend the time reflecting on the past, the where-we-came-from. Unless of course, we’re sitting in history class. And if you’re...
Jan 24, 2016, 2:01 PM
New Friendships in Israel
Facetime. iMessage. Google Hangouts. Skype. Email. There are so many ways to stay connected these days. I haven’t even mentioned Facebook and all the other social platforms. But for my kids, moving away from their friends was torture for...
Jan 17, 2016, 11:37 AM
Food allergies in Israel: Difficult or doable?
If you knew that simply eating the food in Israel could kill your kid, would you make aliyah?
Jan 14, 2016, 4:05 PM
Learning from a Rabbi and a Bus Driver
Do you know those nights when it is cold and rainy outside and all you want to do is snuggle in your bed in warm pajamas? I do. But instead, I chose to go listen to a shiur being...
Jan 10, 2016, 9:52 AM
Living and Loving the City Life
The notion of living without a car may not seem like a foreign idea to you, if you’ve lived in a city all your life. Or it may seem like the farthest concept if you grew up like me,...
Jan 4, 2016, 11:59 PM
Living Somewhere between Fear and Freedom
Did you ever feel like your life was similar to the twilight zone? Uncertain? Unpredictable? Like any minute you'll rub your eyes and you'll be back to reality? Having just recently moved to Israel, I can tell you that my...
Tova Knecht is a wife and mom of 3, living in Jerusalem, Israel. After living all their lives in New Jersey, she and her family made the ultimate decision to fulfill their dream of living in the Jewish homeland.