"And the Lord said to Abram, "Go forth from your land and from your birthplace and from your father's house, to the land that I will show you." - Bereshit 12:1, The Tanakh
"Just as a seed develops into a thriving plant after it first decomposes in the ground, sometimes we need to leave everything familiar to us—our natural environment, our automatic responses, our usual inclinations, even our rational self—in order to find greater growth. Away from the lights and observations of others (and free of our own self-imposed predilections), we experience the unbounded power of a new self." ~Chana Weisberg, from Why a Seed Grows in the Darkness on Chabad.org
African-Americans are the fastest growing homeschooling demographic in the United States. There are 200,000 Black American children currently being taught at home (NHERI).
About the Author of this Site:
Rebekah Netanyah M.S., is a Homeschooling mother (Torah-based Israelite) with 15+ years of homeschooling experience. She is a former contributor of the Hebrew-Israelite Nation Times Magazine.
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