Dealing with medical uncertainty

I was injured one dark October night. It wasn’t my fault. I blame an exterior wall for the mishap. True, I was walking and simultaneously writing a text, but the wall should have been paying more attention to its surroundings.

Using technology to enhance your seder

Since each generation has different technologies, and interests, it is incumbent on all parents and educators to renew and revive traditions for the new generation.

Adventures in Aramaic

Aramaic is not just a historical curiosity, and certainly not a dead language.

The ethical challenges of climate activism

Today, we are living with an escalating climate emergency that is recognized by more than 1,000 jurisdictions around the world, including Hamilton.

My granddaughter the philosopher

There is Aristotle, as well as Plato and Confucius. And then there is my six-year-old granddaughter Lyla. She may not be an expert on all philosophical matters, but then again…