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So easy to prepare! Ingredients 2/3 cup green lentils [that were pre-soaked for 1 hour] 2 large onions cut in rings salt pepper garlic powder 1 teaspoon turmeric 2 tablespoon soy sauce Directions In an 8 cup pot, bring lentils to a boil and simmer until c...
A complete meal in a bowl. Ingredients 2 or 3 large carrots 2 onions 2 celery stalks 1 medium size kohlrabi 2 white potatoes 1 large sweet potato 1 large zucchini ¼ cup green pea ¼ cup yellow pea ¼ cup red lentils ¼ cup kasha 1 package baking powder [abou...
My Work with the Senior Community
The seniors at the home had amazing stories to tell about their lives and their families. Some were survivors and others were lonely and just wanted a visitor...
A Blessing in Disguise
Last year my world was turned upside down. It was an ordinary Sunday morning except for the fact that I had an appointment with my doctor to go over the results of the yearly blood work I had done a couple of days earlier...
The elderly woman sat by herself waiting... for the phone to ring
Thoughts on Shabbat Shira
I remember thinking, "Is this what it was like, when the Jews were walking through the desert and their only food was the manna that fell from the sky each night?" Waiting and looking for your daily ration is a humbling experience...
For the first time in many years our country is united. Prayer groups are everywhere. Israeli flags are everywhere. Clowns are everywhere. Children of the South have been given "respite days"...
It is not scary to hear the siren, it's the anticipation of if and when the siren will go off that causes the anxiety.
Sderot and Beyond
My family and I live in Netivot, ten kilometers from Gaza. Netivot is hooked up to a warning sirent. When the siren rings, it means you have forty-five seconds to go into your safe room or a public bomb shelter...
Friday morning, the doctor called to say that he had made arrangements for our child to be admitted to the hospital. Not even five minutes later, the phone rang again, and this time it was the scribe . . .
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