In our last article we presented a number of strategies to help us feel more fulfilled at work. Below are some additional techniques that can deepen our sense of satisfaction from the work that we do each day.
I remember noticing that the regular crossing guard at one of our intersections was not there anymore; he had been replaced by a younger man. I just couldn’t stop thinking about him, so after a few days had gone by and traffic was a bit slower in the afternoon, I pulled over to the side of the road and lowered my right-side
Sarah Isaacs of Chicago, Illinois, and Eli Greenberg of Englewood are engaged and planning a June 2017 wedding.
The future kallah is the daughter of Roz and Dean Isaacs of Chicago, Illinois. Sarah graduated from the Ida Crown Academy and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in
Shaina Stiefel of Englewood, New Jersey and Alter Gross, of Teaneck, New Jersey are engaged and planning a July 2017 wedding.
The future kallah is the daughter of Miriam and Marvin Stiefel of Englewood. Shaina is a graduate of The Moriah School, The Frisch School and Rutgers University.
Ariella Applebaum and Eli Gartenberg, both of Teaneck, NJ, are engaged and planning an August wedding.
The future kallah is the daughter of Eric Applebaum, of Teaneck, NJ and West Orange, NJ, and Sandra Applebaum of Teaneck. Ariella is a graduate of the Moriah School, Ma’ayanot
Editors’ note: this eulogy was originally delivered at Dr. Arthur Hyman’s funeral on Friday, February 10, at the Plaza Jewish Community Chapel in Manhattan.
As the great, European-born rabbis of the mid-to-late twentieth century passed away and were eulogized, one heard assessments
One by one, the rabbanim of Englewood ascended the podium at Congregation Shomrei Emunah on February 7 to talk about what Rabbi Yosef Strassfeld, zt”l, former rosh yeshiva of Yeshiva Ohr Simcha, meant to his students and the broader Englewood Jewish community. The program marked Rabbi
The in-laws came to visit five times a year. There was the somewhat somber Rosh Hashana visit, which was spent mostly davening, listening to shofar blowing in shul and feasting at the dining room table. The Purim visit was a bit more festive, with the costume-laden, Haman-booing
Last week at Torah Academy of Bergen County one of our alumni, Benjy Lankin, class of 2014, visited his alma mater. Benjy was in the United States visiting his parents who live in Highland Park, on vacation from Tzahal (the Israel Defense Forces) where he is participating in the Hesder framework, where he combines Torah study and
Although we are used to thinking of the Tanach as entirely Hebrew, sometimes words from other languages creep in. One of the languages that sometimes creeps in is Akkadian. Akkadian was the language of the ancient Assyrians and Babylonians.
A few years ago, the scholar Hayim Tawil published a