Monthly Archives: November 2011

In the Land of Abundance

I sit here with my Melave Malka, the candle lit, the table covered and the food delicious.  Ah, I must be serving Hashem right, no?  And, yet, I wonder, will my sincerity ever come close to those who make do … Continue reading

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Yahrtzeit of Mother Rachel

In Beit Lechem there is a structure, stones put together in the wild to mark the burial place of a giant of a woman, our mother Rachel.  Yaakov, her husband, had to bury her here, as she died during his … Continue reading

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Scootering to Kne’es – Rendezvous With Creator

[It was way too early to be up, way before the sun, but I couldn’t sleep.  Since pacing my apartment was not high on my list of things to do, I made myself a coffee and headed out to the … Continue reading

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