I challenge anyone who would dare say there’s “no such thing as ‘Jewish’ humor! Like that girl with the curl, when a Jewish joke is good it’s very very good and showcases our unique Jewish spirit, wit, and yes, often sarcastic brand of humor. Could there be a funnier or sharper way to respond? “How can you sit there when the ship may be sinking?! (She’s still deciding which.) She was also chosen as a Distinguished Woman in Las Vegas in March of 2014.” One comic I interviewed who became a star during his salad days doing Jewish “shtick” recently swore there was no difference between Red Skelton and Sid Caesar! The Wish Tim and Lyle, walking down Main Street with Moshe, their boss, spied an oil lamp. Frum & More Frum A distinguished orthodox rabbi arrived in heaven and was greeted by an angel. Marnie invites you to join her on Facebook, Linked In, and Twitter. For counseling she can also be reached at Liveperson:
He has also spoken for many companies including UNIGLOBE, Bartlett and is an approved speaker for Vistage International.
Scott is co-author of the book, Stepping Stones to Success along with Jack Canfield, Deepak Chopra and Dr. The book features best-selling authors Deepak Chopra (The Power of Purpose), Jack Canfield (Chicken Soup for the Soul), & Dr. Schmaren, Chopra, Canfield, and Waitley, are joined by other well known authors and speakers, each offering time-tested strategies for success in frank and intimate interviews.
Helena Rosenberg, a licensed Marriage and Family therapist and author of "How to Get Married After 35: A User's Guide to Getting to the Altar" (Harper Collins Publishers), is on a mission to help singles achieve focus and clarity in their search for a spouse.
Helena grew up in small town America -- Conway, Arkansas, population 3,000.
Helena believes that every man or woman who is single and seriously wants to get married should have a post-it on their refrigerator, "What one thing am I going to do today in service of my personal life?
" "We should bring the same passion, tenacity and principles to finding a marriage partner that we bring to business," she proposes. We need to remain upbeat and, as Helena herself did, "never lose faith that there is someone out there".She has always been a big believer in visualizing her goals and then pursuing them with energy and drive.She worked for the New Yorker, Random House and as a senior editor at the Village Voice before Hollywood beckoned.He stuck around, and 12 months later they were married.Not content to bask in her personal happiness, Helena wanted to help others. I admit it works the stereotype of Jewish parents and children, but to my thinking, humor has few boundaries … Falling on hands and knees, forehead to floor, he said, "Oh God, before thee I am nothing.” The Cantor, not to be outdone, also got down, forehead to wood and said, "Oh God, before thee I am nothing." Seeing this, Levy, a tailor in the fourth row, left his seat, fell to his knees, forehead to floor and he too, said "Oh God, before thee I am nothing.” With this, the Cantor elbowed the rabbi and sniffed: "Look who thinks he's nothing!