Hanna Myschkowski

Although born and raised in la belle province (Montreal), Hanna moved to the big city of Toronto in 2018. She has lived there for the last 3 years and was significantly involved with many young Jewish professional organizations. With the changes the pandemic has brought, Hanna decided to pack her bags once again and drive across Canada to move to the west coast with her dog, Bella. Hanna loves meeting new people, making meaningful connections, helping and inspiring others.

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Shabbat Message

Extreme Effort = Good

This week’s Parsha begins with the words: “If you follow My statutes”.  Rashi clarifies that “following” here doesn’t mean to just follow (as in observe)

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Shabbat Message

Like the one you love

The Jewish people are like one large family – we may love each other, but it is not always so harmonious. We need to work

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How to be Holy

Kedoshim T’Hiyu: You shall be holy (Leviticus Chapter 19). In this Parsha, with the opening instruction to be holy, there are 51 commandments, most dealing

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When We Are Silent

In response to the death of his two sons, when Moses comforts Aaron, the Torah describes Aaron’s acknowledgement of what happened: וידם אהרן, “And Aaron

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