Let the chips fall

Jerusalem resident and community pillar Barak Hullman writes about living life with no regrets.

June 28, 2018 14:06
Taking things slowly in Jerusalem: Barak Hullman, holding a copy of his new memoir

Taking things slowly in Jerusalem: Barak Hullman, holding a copy of his new memoir. (photo credit: ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN)


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Barak Hullman is the kind of guy who could have been a motivational speaker, if motivational speakers were laid-back mensches who talked about hassidism.

Hullman possesses a kind of unassuming charisma that makes you feel that everything is going to be all right and lends his storytelling an affable earnestness. Hullman loves stories; he thrives on them and recalls them in near perfect detail.


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