A Great UCLA Alumni Who Helped Save the Modern State of Israel: He Also Had A Symbolic Impact: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

on 3/3/21, the ucla student government passed a resolution on alleging that the israeli government is committing “ethnic cleansing” against the palestinians. jewishjournal.com rather than discuss the current ucla student government’s actions, i would like to take the time to celebrate a late and great ucla alumni who helped found the state of israel. heContinue reading “A Great UCLA Alumni Who Helped Save the Modern State of Israel: He Also Had A Symbolic Impact: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

Baby Moses Monday: Reflections on a Commentary

there is a commentary on the torah, a midrash, which tells the story of a baby moses. it is as follows: “pharaoh’s daughter “loved” baby moses as if he were her own. because he was “so handsome” everyone liked to see him and could not turn away from him. pharaoh himself kissed and hugged moses,Continue reading “Baby Moses Monday: Reflections on a Commentary”

The Greatest Act of Kindness?

the ten commandments’ story at the beginning involves the possibly the greatest act of kindness. this act of kindness was not one of the hebrews. it was an egyptian. due to the death sentence imposed upon hebrew new born males, moses’ mother to save him placed him in a reed basket and sent him downContinue reading “The Greatest Act of Kindness?”

Holy Moses! A Supreme Win For Religious Liberty

the us supreme court has a sculpture group by artist hermon a. macneil representing great lawgivers. one of these marble figures is moses. after the recent supreme court decision, perhaps moses’ marble sculpture should be giving a thumbs up or a fist pump to the 5 brave justices who, like him, fought for religious liberty.Continue reading “Holy Moses! A Supreme Win For Religious Liberty”