Jonah And The Whale Rap: Story of Forgiveness ‘Covideo’

During pandemic isolation, there were few distractions as cathartic for me as producing 'covideos,' or Covid video projects. The first was my Rosh Hashana Video for Young Families. Sales for the video did not fund a similar project for Yom Kippur, so I decided to produce the highlight of the video, the Jonah And The [...]

By |2020-09-29T20:13:51-04:00September 29th, 2020|News, Simply Story, Storytelling|0 Comments

Making Jewish Holidays Relevant for Children: Rosh Hashana

Recalling my Jewish day school years, I frequently felt shamed by my inability to thoroughly understand the content from the Book Of The Prophets or the study of Talmud. I struggled through Jewish study classes taught mostly in Hebrew. When there was a time constraint, my Hebrew teacher would skip over me because I took [...]

By |2020-08-22T09:10:40-04:00August 22nd, 2020|Parenting, Simply Story, Storytelling|0 Comments

Mister Rogers: You Matter

From "Won't You Be My Neighbor?" Mr. Rogers met a 14-year-old boy whose cerebral palsy left him unable to walk or barely talk. Rogers asked the boy to pray for him. The boy was thunderstruck. He had been the object of prayers many times, but nobody had asked him to pray for another. [...]

Never Give Up: A Story Reframed

When audiences hear Motivational Speaker Eva Grayzel, a take-away message is 'never give up.'