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What Side Are You On, Friend? Here's a Hint: You're Not Switzerland

I saw this over a month ago:

and the chorus still catches me off guard at odd moments in my daily routine.

Sometimes as I am slowly sponging up the sink, or shutting my mind off to sleep, or putting on my makeup, I hear the ghost of the chorus: 430 more words


A call for peace

November 24, 2014 violence. After a night of violence across the nation, including in my own city of Seattle, Washington, I searched for some encouragement that might help put out the fires of hatred, and send energy into the universe to prevent those fires from ever burning again. 129 more words

21st Century Living

Entry 5: Chapter 4

I was very interested on how Elie Wiesel focuses more on the inward feelings of himself and the surprisingly, the inward morality of the German officers. 651 more words

Israel Must be Defended on American Campuses

by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
November 17, 2014

Nobelist Elie Wiesel Comes to Cooper Union to Stand Up for Israel — Even If NYU’s Jewish Student Groups Won’t… 223 more words

Israel & Middle East

Nanowrimo Spotlight: Alyssa Hollingsworth

Hello, friends and followers. Today’s a very special day, so I’m sending out a special spotlight. Say hello to Alyssa!

Why don’t you introduce yourself, first? 605 more words


Entry 3: Chapter 2

The Jews were loaded onto trains and the train cars were crammed so much that not every one could sit down. These cars were fairly small since the Hungarian Police could only put 80 in each car. 652 more words

Israel Must be Defended on American Campuses

Israel is the great battle of our time. The question all diaspora Jews face is whether Israel’s name and reputation will survive into the next decade. 1,605 more words