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Pictures with a Purpose

Painting the World

Columbia, MD

November 25, 2010

The Torah teaches that we are day workers.
Day means light.

Our work is to paint the world with the light of Torah
by strengthening ourselves and inspiring others.

Michoel is an innovative educator, outdoor enthusiast and avid photographer. Michoel grew up in Australia where he used the 'Outback' to refine his photography skills. He pursued studies at Mayanot in Israel, the Rabbinical College of America in New Jersey and Rabbinical studies at Kollel Menachem in Brooklyn NY. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Sarah, and daughter. Read more about his organization at Oneinfocus.org.

Footsteps to the Office

Central Park, NY

November 18, 2010

A Jew's footsteps to the office are directed by a deeper purpose than personal business.

To illuminate his surroundings

by strengthening and spreading Torah and Mitzvot.

Michoel is an innovative educator, outdoor enthusiast and avid photographer. Michoel grew up in Australia where he used the 'Outback' to refine his photography skills. He pursued studies at Mayanot in Israel, the Rabbinical College of America in New Jersey and Rabbinical studies at Kollel Menachem in Brooklyn NY. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Sarah, and daughter. Read more about his organization at Oneinfocus.org.

A Beloved Rose

Oneinfocus HQ's

November 4, 2010

The Zohar opens with the image of the Jewish soul likened to a beloved rose among the thorns of materialism.

The thorns wither the soul's sensitivity to G‑dliness.

Prune away the thorns, and the soul flourishes in G‑d's shining light.

Michoel is an innovative educator, outdoor enthusiast and avid photographer. Michoel grew up in Australia where he used the 'Outback' to refine his photography skills. He pursued studies at Mayanot in Israel, the Rabbinical College of America in New Jersey and Rabbinical studies at Kollel Menachem in Brooklyn NY. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Sarah, and daughter. Read more about his organization at Oneinfocus.org.
The Baal Shem Tov taught that "everything a person sees is a lesson in the service of G-d." Join Michoel on a weekly photo shoot to explore the wisdom of Torah and Chassidic thought through the camera's lens.
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