Yom HaShoah: Earth Shaking Echoes of Pain Wracked Bodies by Ariella Bracha Waldinger The day of REMEMBERING begins at night with the piercing scream of the siren…a time when silence reigns and earth shaking echoes of pain wracked bodies send seismic shock waves into the atmosphere. Words become too few and too narrow to speak,... Continue Reading →
THE SOUND OF THE SIREN on THE 27th OF NISAN On the 27th of Nisan, A siren sounds in Israel to alert us to: Two short minutes of silence, To commemorate the death of millions. The sound causes one to JUMP TO ATTENTION, When it begins its two minute scream. Understanding what it represents, The... Continue Reading →
I want to share these powerful words of Torah and reflection on Yom HaShoah, Pesach and the immediate need for aliyah from HaRav Nachman Kahana. They were written yesterday, but still a very timely and important message. BS”D Parashat Tazria-Metzora 5775 A: Yom HaShoah Ve’hagvura Tomorrow on the 27th of Nisan, we will commemorate collectively and... Continue Reading →
The Frightening Reality of Choice: Reflections on Holocaust Remembrance by Ariella Bracha Waldinger Free choice is one of G-ds premier gifts to mankind. We are called upon every single day to make choices whether mundane ones or life altering ones and these decisions have far reaching consequences. It has been said that making good choices... Continue Reading →
How, and what, survivors remember on Holocaust Remembrance Day - Jewish World Features - Israel News | Haaretz.
YOM HASHOAH AND ITS INHERENT MESSAGES TO THE JEWISH NATION by Ariella Bracha Waldinger Prior to the arrival of Yom HaShoah, I decided I would devote more quality time and attention, in a deeper and more meaningful way, to this precious day of Remembrance. I arrived at this decision after experiencing the countless blessings of... Continue Reading →
REMEMBRANCE BY Ariella Bracha No one wants to be forgotten! Everyone longs to be remembered! But remembered for what and by whom, I submit? It would appear as if some things would be better off forgotten, were it not for the fact, that to FORGET WOULD CAUSE IRREPARABLE HARM, to a memory, which must be... Continue Reading →