Sarah Imeinu

06/20/2019

“The Life of Sarah” by Chana Raizel Fox

The Hebrew name Sarah can mean “noblewoman,” and that name definitely suited her.  Never giving up hope to have a child of their own to share their beliefs with.  Crying and begging until Hashem promised […]
11/02/2018

Poem About Sarah Imeinu by Neshama Sari

Sarah Imeinu is an amazing mother, who I hope to be like one day She is such an inspiration – from her footsteps to her times to pray  She had three special miracles inside her tent: […]
10/30/2018

Poem About Sarah Imeinu by Sorole Golomb

Sara Imeinu.  My mother. My Matriach. My role model. Whom I try to emulate. Not that we met Although our souls may have. Not that I tasted her loaves Fresh from the previous week. Not […]
10/30/2018

Sarah Imeinu by Rina Zarbakhsh

Sara Imeinu was very special.  Avraham and Sara would teach people about HaShem.  When Sara lit the candles for Shabbos, they would stay on till the next week.  When Sara baked challah it would stay […]
10/30/2018

Poem About Sarah Imeinu by Adina B.

Sarah Imeinu sat in her tent   People came and went  Making food for all the guests Without even stopping to take a rest With a smile on her face Making sure it has good […]
10/30/2018

Sarah Imeinu by Maital Tzipporah Leder

How does Sarah Imeinu inspire me?  When I think about it, I realize how many Mitzvot behind the scenes Sarah did.  She had to be ready for guests that Avraham brought at every minute of […]
09/04/2018

I’ve Learned a Lot About Sarah by Temima Rocklin

    I’ve learned a lot about Sarah.  As I was thinking about her while I was at JGR, (it was so much fun!) I noticed something about Sarah that really inspired me.  Sarah thought […]
08/29/2018

“What Do I Have in Common with Sarah Imeinu?” by Binah Liba Zhornitsky

Up until now I have been wondering, “What do I have in common with Sarah Imeinu?”  But after looking deep into myself, I have finally found out how us Jewish girls can carry on Sarah […]
08/28/2018

Letter to Sarah Imeinu by AriAna Dubuque

Dear Sarah, You are probably the most inspiring woman I have ever heard of. You are kind, disciplined, confident and modest. Your teachings strengthen many women today. One thing I learned was how to retreat […]
08/28/2018

Letter to Sarah Imeinu by Daniella Eckhaus

Dear Sarah <3, You inspired me to be kind to everyone even if they did something bad in the past. You taught me that I can overcome anything. You taught me that I should never […]
08/28/2018

How Sarah Imeinu Inspires Me by Daniella Ilyayev

Speech About Sarah Imeinu, Presented at JGR Summer 5778 Banquet This week we spoke about Sarah Imeinu. I think what inspired me, was the way Sarah Imeinu had so much emuna. Like for example: Sarah […]
05/28/2018

Start by Elisheva Dulitz

I am a sprout starting to grow; There are so many things I want to know. Sara Imeinu is in my heart; I am a leader from end to start. There are so many things […]
05/25/2018

The Grand Tour of Sarah Imeinu’s Life by Tzivia Osdoba

Of a special woman’s life, you’ll now get a tour; Just come and step in, right through the wide open door! Sarah Imeinu is an example for us all; Her incredible Middos are known far […]
05/25/2018

Lessons from Sarah by Perel Gordon

Our first Matriarch Sarah inspires me in many ways. When I think of Sarah I think of a beautiful, elegant, modest, kind and caring woman.  All men and especially women look up to her for […]
05/24/2018

Sarah’s Secret: The Timelessness & Potency of the Jewesss – a Vision by Tzipporah Prottas

A cool breeze soothingly swept my face.  My eyes slowly opened, as well as my senses to the silent twilight, and I perceived a hazy mist surrounding my bed.  I propped myself up and leaned […]
05/22/2018

Her Legacy – A Poem about Sarah by Mushka Newman

Sara our mother, our matriarch, our leader Her beauty would shine from inside to out A big role model from her there is so much we can learn The seeds of kindness in the world […]
03/18/2018

How Our Foremother Sarah Inspires Me by Rivka Resnick

For my Bat Mitzvah, I learned all about parshas Lech Lecha. In parshas Lech Lecha, Avraham, the first Jew, is commanded by G-d to leave his home, Charan. Avraham doesn’t know where he is going, […]
03/18/2018

How I Carry on Sarah’s Legacy by Chaya Gurevitz

When I think of Sarah Imainu, I think of Shabbos candles.  How Sarah Imainu’s lasted from week to week, never burning out.  How Rivkah carried on her legacy, and brought back the light of the Shabbos candles […]
03/05/2018

Dear Beloved Daughters by Emmy Simon

Dear Beloved Daughters, My dear daughters, you are each your own beautiful you. Don’t change yourself because of someone else. If you want to change, change for you. Don’t ever forget to be yourself, and […]
09/01/2017

The Blessings Return — A Painting, By Me

BS”D Last year, while learning, having fun, and making masterpieces with JGU Art Head Ahuvah Coates in Creative Online Club, we not only were instructed in new artistic techniques, but also delved into the meaning […]