Looking Back on Silly Things

The Jewish month of Elul is a time for reflection.

That being said, I also just happen to be doing some cleaning now, and–since I occasionally hoard–I’m coming across some goofy things I made in middle school and high school.

Here are Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 of my presentation on ancient Sumer (9th grade Global History).

And here is for my 8th grade class on Mitzvot and Middot (Jewish Values), my invention that could benefit the world: The Wonderful Water Wefiller.

In terms of looking forward, I’m looking forward to this Shabbat, my first Shabbat as the student rabbi of Congregation Sons of Israel in Amsterdam, NY. I hope to post after Shabbat the devar torah I’ll give there.

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