Towards Another Beginning: “Because One Did Survive the Wreck”

In one of his final interviews, Pulitzer Prize winning dramatist Sam Shepard explained that the “most authentic endings are the ones which are already revolving towards another beginning.” While he was discussing one of the most unpredictable of fields — the theater, I apply it to another rather unpredictable profession. The one I chose twenty-one …

Sivan is the New June

It’s finally summer, and I could pretend I want to party like it’s… well, like it’s 5779. But I’ve decided the only chagiga fit for the ending of this beautiful school year is starting a blog. I’ve now celebrated twenty-one Junes — seven in a secular private school, thirteen in a Christian school, and one …

May these blogs be to you as savory bourekas.

“For to miss the joy is to miss all.” — Robert Louis Stevenson Welcome to my blog. I hope to offer engaging observations, challenging questions, meaningful introspection, and endless Nachas as I explore faith, learning, and life as a Christian English teacher at an Orthodox Jewish Girls School. I invite you to subscribe and, of …