Ruti Mizrachi presents this week’s HH. I haven’t participated in a long time. Making note to self, write more and send stuff in.
28 Aug 2012 1 Comment
I feel a bit badly about this, but I haven’t kept up with other bloggers for awhile. Here and there I read other Jewish blogs, but I have been spending a lot of my computer time checking out the American elections (I am a news junkie, and will be until the day after the American elections) and the news sites.
So, with this in mind, I decided to make more of an effort to get back to the Jewish blogosphere, especially now that it is Elul. (Wish me luck).
Batya is also in charge of the Kosher Cooking Carnival. Getting new recipes before all of the holidays in Tishrei sounds like a good idea.
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Jameel has taken a break from his miluim (reserve) duty to write a great post about how it feels to serve in the IDF reserves on Yom HaZikaron, Israel’s Memorial Day. Go on over and take a look. A Soldier’s Mother gives her perspective on this trying and emotional day.
Esser Agoroth hosts this week’s Havel Havalim, 315th edition.
06 Mar 2011 1 Comment
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Havel Havalim is up now, this time number 306.
13 Feb 2011 Leave a comment
The Rebbetzin’s Husband raises the bar this week with his edition of HH. Go over and be impressed!
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Jack has updated his blog again – and hosts this week’s Havel Havalim. Check it out.
04 Dec 2010 10 Comments
Welcome to Havel-Havalim, the Lots of Latkes Edition – otherwise known as number 294. First, an introduction:
Founded by Soccer Dad, Haveil Havalim is a carnival of Jewish blogs — a weekly collection of Jewish & Israeli blog highlights, tidbits and points of interest collected from blogs all around the world. It’s hosted by different bloggers each week and coordinated by Jack. The term ‘Haveil Havalim,’ which means “Vanity of Vanities,” is from Qoheleth, (Ecclesiastes) which was written by King Solomon. King Solomon built the Holy Temple in Jerusalem and later on got all bogged down in materialism and other ‘excesses’ and realized that it was nothing but ‘hevel,’ or in English, ‘vanity.
29 Nov 2010 Leave a comment
The Homeshuling blog hosts Havel-Havalim this week. Next week I will be hosting, so don’t forget to send in your submissions to westbankmama at fastmail dot fm.
Notable link for today - Muqata has a video on the dramatic UN vote on November 29, 1947.