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Lego My Ego, by Rabbi Jonathan Gewirtz – The Observant Jew

  There are countless patents approved each year in countries around the world but few of them affect as many people as a simple toy...

Upon Reflection – By Rabbi Jonathan Gewirtz, The Observant Jew

Upon Reflection - By Rabbi Jonathan Gewirtz, The Observant Jew The partition between the Men’s Section and the Women’s Section in my shul has panes...

Attaining Goals – By Rabbi Jonathan Gewirtz, The Observant Jew

Attaining Goals - by Rabbi Jonathan Gewirtz, The Observant Jew Before we begin: With gratitude to HaShem Yisbarach, I’m happy to announce the publication of...

Truth and Consequences by Rabbi Jonathan Gewirtz, The Observant Jew

  In the mid-1860’s, a French scientist named Etienne Trouvelot spent time raising silkworms in Medford, Massachussetts. Seeking a way to make them more resistant...

I’d Like to Propose a Toast By Rabbi Jonathan Gewirtz, The...

I’d Like to Propose a Toast By Rabbi Jonathan Gewirtz, The Observant Jew   One morning, I put a slice of bread in the toaster and the...

Easy as Pi – By Rabbi Jonathan Gewirtz, The Observant Jew

Easy as Pi It has long been a mark of intelligence to memorize the value of ? (Pi, the 16th letter of the Greek alphabet)...

A Kodak Moment – by Rabbi Jonathan Gewirtz, The Observant Jew

  A Kodak Moment - by Rabbi Jonathan Gewirtz, The Observant Jew Some of my younger readers may not be familiar with the company referenced in...

Making a Splash by Rabbi Jonathan Gewirtz, The Observant Jew

Making a Splash By: Rabbi Jonathan Gewirtz, The Observant Jew Back in the early days of space travel, the astronauts would take off from land, but...

I Wanna Be A PA-By Rabbi Jonathan Gewirtz, The Observant Jew

I Wanna Be A PA By Rabbi Jonathan Gewirtz, The Observant Jew   Years ago, I began my working life as a computer networking professional. In the...

Throwing it all Away -By Rabbi Jonathan Gewirtz, The Observant Jew

Throwing it all Away By: Rabbi Jonathan Gewirtz, The Observant Jew On Rosh HaShana, there is an ancient custom to go to a body of water...
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