Paris France Passover
It’s no secret that Millennials are the fastest growing travel demographic, and this holds true within the orthodox, kosher-adhering Millennials seeking likewise luxurious experiences. Be it their instagramming peers posting ultra-luxurious-envy-worthy experiences, orthodox millennials want in. The latest trend amongst the Passover Program industry indicates a growing market towards young families, take a look around the ballroom this year in 2020 and take note of how many party of 4’s there are. While a handful
Passover Programs - Never ending story
Who doesn’t love a great story…the rise of the unlikely hero who we come to love, the fall of the narcissistic villain who we come to despise, the seemingly insurmountable obstacles and challenges, the unexpected twists and turns, and the ultimate resolution and climax! This may be why Passover has become a family favorite holiday for Jews from all walks of life. After all, the primary Mitzvah of Passover is to gather family around the
Freedom - Passover
Free To Be by: Rabbi Robbie Tombosky Not long ago, my filmmaker wife invited me to join her as a ‘plus-one’ to a Hollywood event where a noted Self-help Guru would be presenting her secret formula for manifesting freedom in our lives! I must confess, my most memorable experiences have always been a result of being my wife’s plus-one, so I was pretty enthusiastic about the evening ahead. The timing was perfect too! It was
Pesach Program
Get back your Pre-Pesach Body in 3 Easy Steps The extra 5 pounds you gained over the holiday unknowingly answers a lot about your program. How good was the chef? Did you get sick? How far was the walk from your room to the food? It’s a good time to cleanse your body of all the extra sugars and red meats you indulged in…the good news is, we have a built-in daily reminder count-down to
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Pesach Program First impressions First impressions aren’t everything, but they definitely play a critical role in setting the tone.I’ll never forget one year, upon arrival we were greeted personally by the program owner, with prefilled glasses of wine as we stepped off the bus from the airport. Our luggage was briskly whisked away and taken to our rooms before we even had a chance to look around. That extra touch of subliminal messaging… “your relaxation
Pesach Programs
Rabbi Elchanan Shoff is the Rabbi of Beis Knesses of Los Angeles (BKLA) in the Pico-Robertson neighborhood of Los Angeles, 11th grade Rebbe in YULA Boys High School, Professor of Judiac Studies in Touro College Los Angeles, and author of 9 books and sfarim.   Splitting of the Red Sea: Mothers and Song Rabbi Elchanan Shoff Then Moshe and the people of Israel sang this song to Hashem… Shemos 15:1 “In congregations bless God, Hashem, from