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Using the special Yemenite chant he learned decades ago as a young boy, Moshe Hizmi recites the Haftara portion that follows the weekly Torah reading, as a hush falls over the congregation.
Last Thursday, at a meeting of parents of Kids4Peace, I had a remarkable experience that both shocked me and inspired me. It’s unique Jewish-Muslim-Christian camp for residents of Jerusalem and its environs, in which my daughter participated last summer. Over the last year, the children have met regularly and their parents have met simultaneously in adjoining rooms. It has been an eye-opening experience, a powerful reminder of the importance of getting to know people around you — especially people who are different from you.
The first place it shows is the skin. I mean, you can pretend you’re not stressed, be totally convinced you’re not stressed, but your skin is always going to give you away.
Have you been witness to men in the workplace behaving unprofessionally and immaturely?
If you’re a woman, chances are that this 2014 video showing a woman walking in New York City for 10 hours resonated with you in some way.