Inspiration in Olympic Sized Hurdles for Israeli Athletes
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — September 23, 2020 — At the end of a recent webinar “Israel’s Olympic Heroes; Past, Present and Future,” Israeli Olympic marathon runner Beatie Deutsch shared a beautiful and inspiring thought relevant to running, the Olympics, and the holiday season of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. “Running is the greatest metaphor for life. Wining a marathon is not …

Jonathan FeldsteinInspiration in Olympic Sized Hurdles for Israeli Athletes
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

Munich On My Mind
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

Jonathan Feldstein Bias / Bigotry, Community, Europe, Governance, International, Law, People, Politics, Sports Leave a Comment

JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — SEPTEMBER 2, 2020 — A few years ago, I traveled from Israel to the US with a layover in Munich. I had never been to Germany.  Germany, and its history vis-a-vis Jews, is not only not of interest, but the idea of being there made me uncomfortable.  Nevertheless, the best itinerary was through Munich. I rationalized that I …

Jonathan FeldsteinMunich On My Mind
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN