Top 5 Tips for Keeping a Job

Top 5 Tips for Keeping a Job

After months of searching, you’ve finally been hired for that “dream” job. Now, the only thing left to do is actually keep it for an extended period of time. A…

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על מחרימינו.

על מחרימינו.

כשרועמים התותחים, “המוזות” לא נחות. להן פי מאה החצים, פי אלף קורבנות. עוצמת קשתו של קופידון – קלע עלוב נגדן. לא אהבה תוליד המון עם צמא לחורבן. להן יש שם,…

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Watch Out For Exploding Stars!

Watch Out For Exploding Stars!

Since then, new research in Israel has been developed that can alert us to the next time an interstellar catastrophe is in the making. This research, conducted by Eran Ofek and his staff from the Weizmann Institute of Science, uncovered a little known secret about our universe.

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Guarding Your Eyes: The Key to Happiness

Guarding Your Eyes: The Key to Happiness

I’ve been asked on more than one occasion: What’s the key to happiness? I think that more than any other factor, the key to my own happiness is guarding my eyes: preventing myself from looking at things I shouldn’t be looking at both online, on t.v. and in the world at large.

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Hosting the Havel Havelim Blog Carnival for the 1st time While Vacationing in Chicago aka the Galut

Hosting the Havel Havelim Blog Carnival for the 1st time While Vacationing in Chicago aka the Galut

It certainly looks like while I’ve been away visiting my parents, grandparents, and friends in Chicago, your typical, run-o-the-yard Mil’ East tyrant unleashed a chemical attack on those pesky rebels that just keep on coming back no matter how many virgins up above Hezbollah has amassed under its TNT-packed belt. What I’m actually trying to say is that it’s time, oh yes, it’s time…for yet another Havel Havelim Blog Carnival and this one isn’t to be missed!

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An Interview with former Soviet Space Program Physicist/Jewish Hero, Igal Gurvich

An Interview with former Soviet Space Program Physicist/Jewish Hero, Igal Gurvich

This past April 15th, when my parents were visiting in Israel, my father and I had a unique opportunity to attend a Yom Ha’atzmaut picnic organized by a group of former refusniks (Jews who spent many years trying to leave the Soviet Union). We were invited because my father had studied Hebrew under the tutelage of Arye Volvovsky (of Efrat) who ended up spending three years in a Soviet prison for his “anti-government” activities.

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