As Yerachmiel turns 25, he meditates on his evolving life.
Yerachmiel gets an offer that sounds too good to be true.
Yerachmiel returns for his Friday post with a few complaints about the way people are talking about the weather.
What can baseball teach us about becoming a Beinoni?
In this week’s Friday column, Yerachmiel contemplates the deeper side of cookies, ex-Soviet Jews, and obsession.
Yerachmiel helps us get into the holiday mood with a lesson from “It’s A Wonderful Life”.
Yerachmiel tries to figure out what it means to be a man, and other thoughts.
In Yerachmiel’s Friday post, he investigates the nature of language and how we can use our understanding of it to better connect to Hashem.
When I was just a little boy, I remember my Grandfather had diabetes. My mother explained that he couldn’t eat products with a lot of sugar. This would affect him negatively. It didn’t make much sense to my five year old mind. From my perspective, candy was good. It made me feel good, and it tasted good and it also looked very good. What could…
And I as I lay comfortably in bed, I begin to realize, this is death.