Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Rise and fall of the Roman empire and the destruction of the second temple and the End of the Rainbow in Manhattan

The Pleasure of Learning Bible

Rabbi Simcha Zissel of Kelm wrote: "The wise person lives a life of pleasure. If pleasure-seekers would only be aware of the great potential for pleasure through studying Bible wisdom, they would give up seeking physical pleasures and would focus on obtaining bible wisdom!"

Love Yehuda Lave

Our Voyage to Manhattan takes us to see the hit play based on Judy Garland's life Called the End of the Rainbow

The following video is aobut the rise and fall of the Roman Empire that led to the destruction of the second Temple

Dealing with the Iranian Threat

by Steven Plaut

With all the chatter in Israel and elsewhere about whether, when 
and how to attack the Iranian nuclear facilities, I thought that the very best global political and strategic commentary on the situation actually comes from Tuco the Mexican bandit, played by Jewish actor Eli Wallach, in the classic movie, "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly."

As you recall, Tuco is in his bathtub filled with soap foam when the assassin comes in and starts telling Tuco how long he has been hunting him and why.  Tuco shoots him from within the foam and proclaims:

"When you have to shoot, shoot. Don't talk!"

You can see the scene here: CB3fnXDzew

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