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Serendipity in the moribund museum halls

Steven Wenick Having reluctantly acceded to my wife’s wishes to attend the ribbon cutting ceremony of the recently uncovered (1996) Lod Mosaic, I steeled myself for a [...]

February 11, 2013 // 0 Comments

Why are there no miracles today?

The question often asked is, “Why are there no miracles today?” The answer is – there are.   Steven Wenick The Bible describes miracles such as: the parting [...]

September 5, 2012 // 3 Comments

The Rishon Beach Brigade

  By STEVE WENICK Steven Wenick It was on the sands of Rishon LeTzion beach where I first met the rag-tag group of characters, which I later affectionately dubbed The [...]

June 4, 2012 // 3 Comments

Rude Awakening

  By STEVE WENICK It was the second day of Passover and I was six thousand miles away from my hometown, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, when the reality of life in Israel hit [...]

April 26, 2012 // 6 Comments

The Waiting Room

By STEVEN WENICK Steven Wenick The expression “to kill time” most aptly applies to many doctors’ waiting rooms. I don’t like killing time; it’s a waste of time. [...]

February 24, 2012 // 4 Comments


By STEVE WENICK The din of the raucous crowd suddenly grew silent as the introductory bars of Hatikva signaled the beginning of Israel’s National Anthem. When the lyrics, [...]

December 3, 2011 // 6 Comments

IMPACTING MY WORLD: The Bar Mitzvah Bandit

By STEVE  WENICK The Bar Mitzvah party was going fine until it was discovered that someone had pilfered the gift box. As is custom in Israel, during weekday Bar Mitzvah [...]

July 11, 2011 // 2 Comments

IMPACTING MY WORLD; Don’t Forget…remember

By STEVEN WENICK With the Holiday of Passover and Holocaust Remembrance Day coming in the same Hebrew month (Nissan) I thought I’d share this poem with you. It depicts two [...]

April 18, 2011 // 0 Comments


was inspired to share this very personal event in my life because of something I learned from Rabbi Aaron Krupnick, who wrote, “We all make mistakes. The question is what we do with them.” This is my answer. [...]

March 30, 2011 // 2 Comments

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