Monthly Archives: September 2013

Sao Paulo. Ending on a good note.

This article would not be possible without the help of a lot of people including editing, hosting and help from Eliana Garcia and Saulo Ferraz. Deep gratitude and appreciation to Sao Paulo and friends who made this trip possible.   Thank … Continue reading

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Sukkot, A Mandated Happy Week.

   Thank you in advance for reading this article. If you like the article and the project, we’d love to keep in touch and we are always happy for any help.    About a year ago, I was wandering the streets … Continue reading

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Yom-Kippur, The Day of Atonement.

   Thank you in advance for reading. If you like the article and the project, we’d love to keep in touch and we are always happy for any help.      Yom Kippur is The Day of Atonement, most important … Continue reading

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Argentinian Gauchos and Jewish Portenos

Thank you in advance for reading this article. If you like the article and the project, we’d love to keep in touch and we are always happy for any help.¬† ¬†Walking through the crisp winter air in the streets of … Continue reading

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Eight Hours in Santiago

   Thank you in advance for reading this article. If you like the article and the project, we’d love to keep in touch and we are always happy for any help.  http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/08/opinion/sunday/9-11-the-day-everything-changed-in-chile.html?_r=0An article with a little bit of background on … Continue reading

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Photos from Brazil

I spent so much time in Brazil that like other places with many emotions, it will take time to write something that will make me happy and give you the feeling that I have. For now, you can just view … Continue reading

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L’Shanah Tovah (For a Good Year)

Sunset in San Diego Tomorrow is Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, marking the day when ancient Jews believed that God created man in his imperfect perfection. It is supposed to be a time of reflection, a time to come … Continue reading

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