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Thursday, June 4, 2020

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The David Suissa Podcast

Pandemic Times Episode 51: Riots and Racism, A Lethal Brew

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning. The challenge of holding conversations in a polarized and terrified world. How do we manage our lives during the coronavirus crisis?...

Pandemic Times Episode 50: Dealing with a Crisis of Emotions

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning. An expert on the psychology of emotions, Dr Reena Patel, discusses the chaotic times we are living through. How do...

Pandemic Times Episode 49: Civil Unrest Takes Over the Pandemic News

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning. Reflections on the violent protests that have swept the nation in the wake of another police killing. How do we...

Pandemic Times Episode 48: Interviewing David Suissa

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning. In honor of David's Hebrew birthday on the first morning of Shavuot, his daughter Shanni flips the script and...

Pandemic Times Episode 47: The Value of Storytelling

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11 a.m. A conversation on the unique power of storytelling with Rutger Bruining in London, founder of Story...

Pandemic Times Episode 46: Honoring those who fell so we could live

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11 a.m. Reflections and poems for Memorial Day. How do we manage our lives during the coronavirus crisis? How...

Pandemic Times Episode 45: Where are the silver linings in this crisis?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11 a.m. Reflections on some uplifting stories in the midst of these pandemic times. How do we manage our...

Pandemic Times Episode 44: How do we celebrate Jerusalem Day?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11 a.m. Reflections on the City of Dreams, including selected poems. How do we manage our lives during the...

Pandemic Times Episode 43: When and how will our synagogues re-open?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11 a.m. Rabbi Adir Posy weighs in on the challenges of opening synagogues during pandemic times. How do we...

Pandemic Times Episode 42: Is there a light at the end of the tunnel?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11 a.m. Reflections on some good news coming our way, and on moving forward. How do we manage our...

Pandemic Times Episode 41: How will synagogues survive this crisis?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11 a.m. Reflections on the dilemma facing synagogues: Zoom is not a substitute for the communal experience. How do...

Pandemic Times Episode 40: Improving the odds of living to 100

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11 a.m. Reflections on endurance, longevity and hope. How do we manage our lives during the coronavirus crisis? How...

Pandemic Times Episode 39: How will COVID-19 change our world?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11 a.m. Reflections on how the pandemic is changing us, including a selection of poems on change and...

Pandemic Times Episode 38: Why the crisis is so much worse for the elderly

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11 a.m. Molly Forrest, head of Jewish Home, on the unprecedented challenge of caring for seniors during COVID-19. How...

Pandemic Times Episode 37: What Will the Crisis do to Our Relationships?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11 a.m. Reflections on the lessons of Lag B'Omer and the impact of COVID-19 on how we relate...

Pandemic Times Episode 36: Have the lockdowns gone too far?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11am. Some reflections on the complexities of re-opening the economy, and a few Mother's Day poems. How do we...

Pandemic Times Episode 35: How Deep is China’s Role in Coronavirus Crisis?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11am. A conversation with China expert Gordon Chang on China's involvement in the crisis and the repercussions for...

Pandemic Times Episode 34: The brave souls on the front lines of health care

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11am. In honor of National Nurses Day, stories and poems that celebrate an essential profession. How do we manage...

Pandemic Times Episode 33: To Re-open or Not to Re-Open?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11am. Different takes on when to end the lockdown, and the history of Cinco de Mayo. How do we...

Pandemic Times Episode 32: My depressing visit to the Third Street Promenade

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11am. Reflections on the fate of small businesses in a post-Corona world. How do we manage our lives during...

Pandemic Times Episode 31: How do we show up when we’re not allowed to?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11am. A reflection on the freedom to "show up" and how 12 essential heroes are showing up and...

Pandemic Times Episode 30: The Anxiety of College Students During the Crisis

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11am. A conversation with Leah Siskin Moz, Director of Wellness at Hillel International, on the effects of COVID-19...

Pandemic Times Episode 29: Celebrating Israel Independence Day

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11am. Reflections on the Israeli miracle, and a conversation with Leora Raikin on the power of art to...

Pandemic Times Episode 28: Remembering the fallen on Yom Hazikaron

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11am. On this Israeli Memorial Day, a reflection on how we honor those who fell, including a short...

Pandemic Times Episode 27: Kosha Dillz on the music of resilience

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11am. A conversation with Jewish rapper Kosha Dillz, on bearing his soul, repping your tribe and adapting to...

Pandemic Times Episode 26: How do we talk politics in these pandemic times?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11am. Halie Soifer, head of Jewish Democratic Council of America, on Jewish values, the corona crisis and the...

Pandemic Times Episode 25: What does God have to do with Corona?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11am. A conversation with Rabbi Ilana Grinblat on the ways we "can come out of hell not empty...

Pandemic Times Episode 24: In times of darkness, how do we celebrate Earth Day?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11am. Some reflections on the blessings of the earth, including selected poems. How do we manage our lives during...

Pandemic Times Episode 23: How should we honor the victims of the Holocaust?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11am. In honor of Yom HaShoah, a refection on the responsibility of memory, including a reading of selected poems. How...

Pandemic Times Episode 22: Can we feel ok when 40,000 people die?

New David Suissa Podcast Every Morning at 11am. Some reflections on the difficulty in navigating darkness and light during these pandemic times. How do we manage...

New Articles

58% of Israelis Believe West Bank Annexation Could Lead to a 3rd Palestinian Uprising, Survey Finds

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Half of the Israeli public supports applying Israeli sovereignty over parts of the West Bank, a new survey found, while 58...

Israel’s Official Account: Jesus Was Jewish, Not a Palestinian

The State of Israel’s official Twitter account issued a tweet on June 3 sarcastically pointing out that Jesus Christ was Jewish, not Palestinian. The exchange...

Serbia’s Education Ministry Adds International Holocaust Group’s Definition of Anti-Semitism to Website

(JTA) — The Education Ministry of Serbia has added to its website a definition of anti-Semitism that includes some examples of hatred against Israel. The...

Palestine Museum Tweets Image of George Floyd With Palestinian Flag, Keffiyeh

The Palestine Museum in Connecticut tweet out an image of George Floyd wearing Palestinian keffiyeh and emblazoned with a Palestinian flag. The museum tweeted on...

Mohamed Hadid Removes Apology for Sharing Cartoon Blaming Israel for Police Brutality

Mohamed Hadid, a real estate mogul in Los Angeles County, took down an apology for sharing a cartoon insinuating that Israel is to blame...

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