Leon Moss is an 85-year-old retired construction estimator. Born in South Africa, he moved to Israel 40 years ago. After 20 years in Jerusalem, he and his wife and now live in a retirement home in Even Yehuda, a small town near the coast. He spends his time writing and painting.
I was edged out on Friday evening. The carefully planned operation was carried out by grandson number two, the one with the red hair.
“Move over, Pop. I’ll do it,” he said firmly, prodding…me in the ribs with a sharp elbow. It’s like this: I say the Friday night kiddush. I have been saying it for 50 or 60 years now. I say it every Friday night. Winter and summer. With or without the book. Sitting, standing, or even pacing, if necessary. I can say it backwards, sideways,… >> Read More