Tag: Jewish Activism

Honoring Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: May Her Memory Be a Revolution!

Honoring Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: May Her Memory Be a Revolution!

On the first night of Rosh Hashanah, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has passed away.

Whenever a Jewish person passes, we remember them by saying “may their memory be a blessing”. We should use the same phrase in relation to Justice Ginsburg to honor her Jewish identity. But I, as do many more, feel that “blessing” just won’t cut it. It’s too soft, too mild. To truly celebrate the legacy of Justice Ginsburg, we need to do more – in her name.

Jews for Biden B”H 2020 Merchandise

Jews for Biden B”H 2020 Merchandise

I care deeply about what is going on the other side of the pond. I can’t vote, but I can support those who can. I’ve prepared merch that can help you show your political stand for a democratic change. I believe Donald Trump is the worst possible person holding such an important position. I hope for change and a more just, kind, and equal world.

I’ve created a few simple designs which celebrate the art of typography and are fun to encourage fellow Jews to vote for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.

Tikkun Olam: Healing the World

Tikkun Olam: Healing the World

Tikkun Olam is an idea that has evolved over the years. Its roots reach deep into the Kabbalistic teachings of the Rabbis, and relates to “repairing the World”.
In the tractate Sanhedrin, the Rabbis discuss the question of why the humanity was created starting with just one person – Adam. Why not create all the nations and groups right away? One of the answers given was, “so that no one would say, ‘my father was better than your father, my tribe is better than your tribe’ because we are all brothers and sisters of the same father”.