Tehilla Goldberg
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Normally the stereotype is that New Yorkers are cynical and tough, while Coloradans (where I’m from) are wholesome and softhearted. Well, come visit New York City when the newscasters are … more
We are all still reeling from the news — a mother of six children who, despite heroically fighting back, was brutally butchered into submission amidst bloodcurdling screams and a pool of blood, … more
With the recent article in the New York Times and the consequent rise in public awareness about the abuses of Marc (Mordechai) Gafni, and about the effort to marginalize or eliminate him from public … more
The magic of fairytales is alive and well here in New York. Oh, how I have always loved looking at Manhattan’s wondrous, illuminated winter windows. A friend and I met up on Fifth Avenue at … more
Reading the Torah each Shabbat offers the opportunity to look at details of the text within that particular week’s parsha. Aside from the portion often conveying a theme, each of the Five Books … more
When complex issues arise, we often turn to Jewish sources to understand what the Jewish perspective might be. Life decisions based on the definition of brain death, for example, are important to … more
A few weeks ago, the school I am currently teaching at, Solomon Schechter School of Manhattan, had the honor and pleasure of receiving a brief visit from the Israeli government minister Naftali … more
It seems the entire world is reeling from the heinous terror attacks in Paris. Paris. The City of Light. Of beautiful romance. Culture. And culinary delights. And so, the entire world mourns with … more
The apple is a rite of fall. I thought I was already experiencing the perfect fall day after a walk around Central Park’s reservoir. Encircled with soft-rounded ablaze-in-color trees, framed by … more
Let’s see. Who was the first leader who thought up the idea of genocide of the Jews? Was it Pharaoh in Egypt? Haman in Persia? The Arab leader, the Mufti of Jerusalem? Or was it Hitler? I am … more
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