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Yesterday, today and beyond

The twentieth century has seen changes in our society which are nothing short of amazing. If you wanted to describe what happened, you could use one word “computer”. It is the most profound technological development since the steam engine started the industrial revolution 200 years ago. To-day, not only every desk in a typical office Continue Reading

It is tough to be a Jew

It is very difficult to experience the emotions and thoughts of another individual, especially from a different culture, race, religion or nationality. Inner feelings are predicated on life experiences and no two are alike. A constant in the Jewish world is fear, responsibility and guilt. Fear for what can happen, and responsibility and guilt for Continue Reading