Rabbi's Weekly Message
February 23, 2024
The kids were off from school on Presidents’ Day, so Chavie and I decided to gift them a change of scenery and some alone time. We rented a cabin in the Oro Fino Gulch in Unionville, just outside of Helena, and spent 24 hours enjoying the peaceful forest, doing art, playing music from the Alexa, and allowing the kids screen time, as they watched Trolls 3. Life is very busy, operating at full-velocity, and it’s important for us and our children to have some down time every once-in-a-while.
Life at war!
December 1, 2023
I don’t have the words to explain how it feels to be living through the last six weeks. Honestly, we are all living through it, so you don’t need my words to address your lived experience. Throughout these last few weeks, I was having this feeling like “I wish I had something to say”, “I wish I can put some of my feelings into words”, “I wish I had the talent to write something beautiful and inspiring to comfort and uplift my followers, friends, and community”. Somewhere deep down I knew that the time would come that I would have something to share, and all the while I found so much comfort in reading and sharing the beautiful thoughts and posts from others.