Category Archive for: ‘Family Values’

Lewis Family Values

Sam Lewis June 9, 2007 A value is something that you keep close to your heart, or something you believe in and want to project to others. For this paper I spoke to many relatives who told me stories about themselves and their families. The values here were derived from those stories and passed down to me. Family, in Hebrew, …

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Lieberman Flint Family Values

Jonah Lieberman Flint May 16, 2009 Many family histories of Jewish kids in America begin in the early twentieth century. My family story begins a lot earlier. My father’s mother’s family is not Jewish, and came from Western Europe in the 17th century. And on my mother’s side, her mother’s ancestors came from the Ukraine in the mid- 19th century—a …

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Garnick Family Values

Jonah Garnick December 1, 2007 In life every single human being has a set of values. When you are born you instantly start learning and developing different values. Even though I’m still pretty young and my values might change between now and when I’m older, I think most of my main values will stick with me for life. To find …

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Zimmerman Family Values

Gabe Zimmerman December 20, 2008 A few months ago my good friend Ethan, who is great tennis player, used tennis as metaphor for his Bar Mitzvah family values paper. I thought it was a good way to engage the audience, so I decided to use soccer to assist with my family values. Soccer, for those who do not know, is …

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Weitz Family Values

Benjamin Weitz September 9, 2006 Values are guidelines for life. They give our lives meaning and direction. They help us set goals. So if we decide on our values, we can really decide how we will live our lives. We don’t choose our values all by ourselves. We are influenced by others, and especially by our parents. We are also …

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Sternhell Family Values

Benjamin Sternhell June 17, 2006 My full name is Benjamin Simon Weissbrod Sternhell. I am named Benjamin after my Grandma’s brother Bernie, who was named after Grandma’s Grandpa Benjamin. I’m named Simon after Grandma’s other Grandpa Simon. I’m named Weissbrod after Grandma’s side of the family. I’m named Sternhell because that is Mom’s last name and was my Grandpa’s last …

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Farber Family Values

Ben Farber May 12, 2007 From interviewing my family members, I have learned a lot about my family’s values. I notice that some values stay the same from generation to generation, while others change over time or become more important in a new generation. Some of the values that my grandparents’ families had and that they taught US were: courage, …

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Schaffer-Cohen Family Values

Anschel Schaffer-Cohen June 3, 2006 Interviews. When you do a lot of them it gets to be a routine, something you do without thinking. I must have interviewed at least seven or eight people, and by the end of that time, I was barely thinking about the microphone or the tape recorder. I was listening to stories. Exciting ones, scary …

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Rawitz Family Values

Alex Rawitz February 23, 2008 I define ‘values’ as the ideals an individual or group believes in and wants everyone to work toward. We try to act keeping these principles in our minds and our hearts. We do this because it is what we have been taught and what we hope to teach someday. Here are some of my family’s …

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Kramer Family Values

Ryan Kramer December 5, 2009 You would think that finding out your personal values would be one of the easiest parts of this whole project. I mean, who knows you better than yourself? Well, it’s not as easy as it sounds. Most of the time you don’t really think about what your values are. They’re just there, unimportant and undiscovered. …

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