To really love someone, one must tell them how beautiful they are and how much we love them in every way.
Spending time in Argentina and Chile and seeing the tangible commitment of the local Aish leadership working to educate all of our Jewish brothers and sisters has been moving beyond words.
Aish Mexico is embarking on a 5 million dollar building project to build a state-of-the-art facility
This past week I had the great honor of joining over one thousand Jewish leaders from around the world in Basel, Switzerland, on the occasion of the 125th anniversary of the first World Zionist Congress. The conference left me thinking a lot about the state of the Jewish people.
Countless inspired Jews today owe their journey to Jack Gindi and Zev Wolfson, zt”l. Even though they are gone physically, they are still impacting the world around us. As we enter into the Jewish month of Elul, we all must think about our ongoing contributions to the Jewish people.
The sum total of that morning started to hit me.
As I mentioned one of the true thrills for me is to get to know the members of our movement wherever I travel.
In general I don’t discuss my personal life. Not on social media or here. I want to make an exception in the case of sharing with you my journey through the kaddish prayer.
There were even more meetings, introductions and visits that happened in between all of these events, but this gives you a sampling of the unique intensity of what just twenty-four hours looks like here at Aish.
My friends, Judaism is about sharing a journey together. It’s not just about Rabbis and Rebbetzins. Every Jew can make a difference. You can make a difference.