Myth: In order to succeed professionally in Israel, you must have fluent Hebrew. Not true. There are many options for English-language skills in Israel. Not to deny that Hebrew fluency is helpful. English Language + English Business Culture = Value in the Israeli Market Watch this webinar to learn about the exciting professional opportunities that... Continue Reading →
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This article first appeared on Avira D'Eretz Israel and is reprinted here with their permission. by Yiddy Lebovits, Romema, Yerushalayim I grew up in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY, and attended the Spinka and then the Satmar cheider there. While learning in Satmar, I learned first-hand their unbelievable quest to do chessed, collect tzedakah for others, and... Continue Reading →
By Ariella Bracha Waldinger Adjusting to Life in Israel Adjusting to life in Israel follows a normal process of ups and downs. When you first arrive, you may go through a period of adjustment called “Aliyah Culture Shock.” Wikipedia defines culture shock as “an experience a person may have when moving to a new cultural environment... Continue Reading →
Returning to the Land of Israel By Ariella Bracha Waldinger Israel has always been the Land of our dreams. The intense love between the Jews and our homeland has permeated our prayers, our Torah, and our hearts for thousands of years. Love for the Land of Our Dreams Rabbi Bradley Artson in his dynamic article... Continue Reading →
Soon after making Aliyah, I discovered my lack of knowledge relating to the Holy Temple. I recognized I had no information relating to its true spiritual depth and cosmic greatness. Thank G-d, my Aliyah decision to return home, to Israel, became the catalyst that enabled me to engage in the ongoing study of the Temple.As... Continue Reading →
One could say Aliyah memories are a dime a dozen, thereby minimizing their potency but I love recalling the diverse memories relating to aliyah experiences. They were the occurrences that began to shape my new life in Israel. Each new experience added a unique dimension to my personal growth, as they taught me about myself,... Continue Reading →
I cannot believe that 13 years have passed since my husband and I set foot in our first home in Jerusalem. I can vividly recall many facets of the unfolding of that auspicious day, in spite of being completely physically and emotionally drained. The one Aliyah memory that stands out and truly personified new beginnings was our... Continue Reading →