I am feeling very blessed this year and just wanted to share some post-Seder Pesach thoughts. Growing up, our family attended 2 large Seders. Each night there were between 40-50 people (if not more). Now that may sound large, but … Continued
Next week is our bi-monthly meal team serving a hot nutritious meal to the youth of Teen Feed. This is something we’ve been doing as a family for well over a decade, and is something I always really look forward … Continued
I am listening to Tony Robbin’s book Unshakable on my morning walks and was struck by a comment that was made. Most things that happen in life are a direct result of a decision we make. In the book they … Continued
One of the reasons I started this blog is that I really do want to help make the world a better place – hence the title “MenschWorks”. The short definition of a “mensch” according to Wikipedia is “a person of … Continued
One of my first experiences questioning where I actually stood on the political spectrum happened many years ago when Lara and I were checking out schools for the boys. We were very focused on finding the best education we could … Continued
For those who have asked, I’m posting my presentation to the Bellevue City Council this week. I’ll try and add more video content here in the future as well. It’s all a learning curve.
I was having a discussion with a friend on Facebook, although it’s actually someone I know personally and see in the community, and we were talking about local politics. She was sharing with me her concerns that “each and every … Continued