Monthly Archives: May 2015
This is my last blog post for math of the year. What can I say about this year and math? Surprisingly, everything has gone by so fast. I feel like it was just yesterday when we started pre-algebra and realize how far I have come. Sometimes, things got hard, but in the end, I pushed … Continue reading
What is a book commercial you ask? Well, the whole concept of book commercials started at the beginning of the year. In a book commercial, you are supposed to advertise your book by giving a small summary while still leaving important information about the book out. Also, you tell the audience why they should read … Continue reading
This week for my journal, I would like to explore a quote from this week’s parsha. “You shall be holy, for I, the L-rd your god, am holy.” This quote means a lot to me and has much inner meaning. This quote means that you should pure because God is pure and you were made … Continue reading
Question: A doctor was driving his son to school one day when their car was rammed by a truck. The doctor was killed and his son was seriously injured. The son was rushed to a nearby hospital and prepared for surgery. However, when he was wheeled into surgery, the surgeon announced, “I can’t operate, this … Continue reading
Staying with Grandma isn’t so bad. She bakes, teaches me how to cook my favorite foods, talks about the days when mom was young, and shows me pictures. One thing she has never done is talk about her past which I find rather odd. Her friends are nice too, but mostly older, so I don’t … Continue reading
In a few weeks, we will be celebrating Shavuot which is the celebration of Matan Torah or the giving of the Torah. On Shavuot, we will remember Scott who was a devoted teacher of Torah. Scott is a great inspiration to me because he loved the Torah probably more than any of us will ever … Continue reading
Question: A traveler on a desserted road came upon the body of a man lying by the roadside, dead. The dead man was wearing a knapsack. Though there were no marks on the body, or blood anywhere, the traveler could tell immediately the cause of death. How? Answer: The knapsack was an un-opened parachute.