Would you leave your native country with a family of eight to come to Israel because home birthing was still allowed? Follow just such a family from Ireland as they end up in Gush Etzion to give birth to their seventh child.More...
Fear of childbirth because of loss of control and autonomy, fear of the unknown, or lack of privacy has increased Caesarian deliveries. Increased knowledge, a birth partner, and psychotherapy may help to lead to a return to natural childbirth.More...
A remarkable tale in which a man discovers, at the age of 64, that his life up to then had been a complete fabrication. A Life-Changing Discovery is the story of how Geoff Isaacs embarked on a search for his Jewish roots which led from England to New Zealand to the US and finally Israel.More...
An elderly woman tosses and turns in her bed, bedeviled by memories of times long gone. That Certain Smile, allows her to relive those happy times, enjoying the experiences despite the dire warnings of her mother who was unable to come to terms with the freedoms allowed to youngsters in the land of Israel. Not like the old country. Barbara Wizansky remembers.More...
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