One of the best parts of camp for me is Omanut (art). This year for my chug I chose sculpture. Hanging out in art is really chill and you get to do things you normally wouldn’t get to do at home like making candles, bracelets and tie-dye.
This is my 5th year at camp and I can’t really sum up camp in a few words. If I had to though, I would describe the mud course. The course is so much fun because there is a sense of unity. No matter if you like the mud course or not, everyone has fun ...
Posted January 12, 2018
Do you ever wake up with extraordinary energy? You look outside, the sun is shining, and you think to yourself, “This is Our Time!” That’s how I felt this past Monday morning, January 8th. Sure, it was 12 degrees, and I had slept very little during the weekend (more on that in a moment). But ...Read More
Posted November 30, 2017
When you have a dream, do you remember it when you wake up? Are your dreams exciting? Scary? A memory of what was? Or a possibility of what can be? I’ve been thinking a lot about dreams lately. We are in the midst of several Torah portions where dreams play a central role in plot ...Read More
Posted November 3, 2017
At the beginning of the most recent, “This American Life” radio show, Ira Glass (host), recounts an impressive experience he had on a cross-country flight. He tells the story of Anne, the pilot, who captivated the passengers’ attention with her comedic routine and whimsical approach to the pre-flight announcements. At the core of her remarks ...Read More