Monthly Archives: July 2016

An Orchestra of Exiles

The story of Bronislaw Huberman should be more widely known.  A childhood violin prodigy who played for Brahms at the age of 13, Huberman became “The Schindler of the Music World”.  His amazing self-sacrifice in saving lives is documented in … Continue reading

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A Proud Cardiac Rehab Graduate

    Finished the 12 week program at Hackensack U. Cardiac Rehab Program today, re-learning to exercise in a targeted and intelligent way.  Shaved 2 1/2″ off the waist under the supervision of an expert team.  Good material upon graduation … Continue reading

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Baseball’s Human Lego Set

The Wall Street Journal published a great article a few days ago on the Chicago Cubs as Baseball’s Human Lego Set.  Seems like GM Theo Epstein and Manager Joe Maddon are attracted to everyday players who can play multiple positions. … Continue reading

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The Robles Brothers: An Insiprational Story of Rebuilding Lives

Thanks to Randal Jentzen for sharing this inspirational story about The Robles Brothers.  It speaks for itself.

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But What If We’re Wrong?

דער מענטש טראַכט און גאָט לאַכט Transliterated as “Der mensch tracht un Guht lacht”; translated as “Man plans and God laughs.”  It was one of my father’s favorite Yiddish sayings, and essentially points to the futility of trying to predict … Continue reading

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Celebrating Tzipporah & Yisroel Zev Stern

   

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Cousins Coming for a Visit

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