Enter your email address to get our weekly email with fresh, exciting and thoughtful content that will enrich your inbox and your life.

Asharon Baltazar

Authors » B » Asharon Baltazar
Sort by:
Asharon has liked to write since childhood and found a good outlet for his creativity here. He currently resides with his wife in Jerusalem, where he studies in Kollel. For suggestions, critique, or just a simple hello, you can contact him via his email.
"When the duke responded with a showering of compliments, I hardly believed my good fortune."
A few hours later, Avraham Simcha noticed a silhouette occupying the small, front window.
“My daughter is betrothed to a fine young man, but I have no idea of how to pay for the wedding.”
By the time the Tatars finished their raid, a great trail of blood and destruction would be left in their wake.
Moshe was known to frequent the local watering holes, whiling away entire nights in a drunken stupor.
“If you are presented with an opportunity to help someone, even if it’s an ordinary stranger from the bazaar, don’t hesitate to do so.”
Some of the town’s most distinguished community members hinted that perhaps the rabbi was wrongly suited for a city as “modern and developed” as Nikolsburg.
The man blinked tears from his eyes. "I lease an inn from a local duke, and the business… it’s bad."
Despite the girl’s many fine qualities, living around her became insufferable due to her bizarre and unpredictable behavior.
The festival of Passover was not far off. Households bustled happily from morning till evening with cleaning and shopping.
Browse Authors Alphabetically:
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U V W Y Z