Devotion

Devotion

by Barbara Abraham-Vazana

The heartwarming story of Janet Hansen, formerly of more ...
MY CONGREGATION

MY CONGREGATION

by Katherine (Kaila) Shabat

Katherine Shabat shares with us her appreciation and more ...
Honored in the Knesset

Honored in the Knesset

by Shirley Gamaroff

Jill Sadowsky has received the Ministry of Health’s more ...
Israel = Energy in Motion

Israel = Energy in Motion

by Pamela Peled

Kinetis is a nonprofit, apolitical social start-up more ...
Ruth Reuven at 99

Ruth Reuven at 99

by Esther Tolkin

Ruth Reuven came from a Zionistic family in England more ...
HERODS TEL AVIV

HERODS TEL AVIV

by Lydia Aisenberg

A visit to this hotel was quite an experience for Lydia more ...
Milestones 163

Milestones 163

by Nanci Schwartz

ESRA Magazine's list of personal announcements including, more ...
Daniel and the Knapsack: A Family Legend - A Review

Daniel and the Knapsack: A Family Legend - A Review

by Eric Moss

Family legends have the propensity to become myths, more ...
Prof. Leonard Lennie Blieden receives Award for Lifetime Achievement

Prof. Leonard 'Lennie' Blieden receives Award for Lifetime Achievement

by Myra Olswang

The Award for Lifetime Achievement for health workers more ...
Where Happy Little Bluebirds Fly… A Review

Where Happy Little Bluebirds Fly… A Review

by Gloria Deutsch

Gloria Deutsch describes Kay Wilson's very moving story more ...
Sderot with ESRA and the Rubins

Sderot with ESRA and the Rubins

by Meira Applebaum

Adele, a former chairperson of ESRA, and Mike Rubin more ...
Mini-Bazaar on Mitzvah Day 2011

Mini-Bazaar on Mitzvah Day 2011

by Rosemary Rivlin

A novel way to build stronger communities while supporting more ...
This was the year I learned to juggle

This was the year I learned to juggle

by Cynthia Yaakovi

An educated, successful businesswoman, Cynthia Yaakovi, more ...
THE SENIOR DILEMMA FORUM

THE SENIOR DILEMMA FORUM

by Barbara Grant

Issues revolving around ageing, loss of independence, more ...
Sweaters, Sweets, Dreidels, Doughnuts

Sweaters, Sweets, Dreidels, Doughnuts

by Lorna Toube

A report on the presentation of jerseys and gifts more ...
 

ISSUE 163 - Jan-Feb 2012

FROM THE EDITOR

Cancer, prevalent and pernicious, affects so many families. “My Mother said at worst you’ll lose a breast” is an inspiring story of a line of amazing women fighting and surviving the disease with tremendous spirit. The cost of fighting it and struggling to lead a normal life are prohibitive for women without money - a fund IBCERF has been set up to help by an architect who too is afflicted. Qiqong is a martial art with gentle and pleasant movements that improve health and increase energy. More...

CONTRIBUTORS

Glenis Bertfield
Lenore Hahn
Gili Karev
Katherine (Kaila) Shabat
Reader
Lydia Aisenberg
Jennia Ganit Chodorov
Pnina  Moed Kass
Eric Moss
Diana Lerner
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