Monthly Archives: December 2011

Every Side Wrong in Beit Shemesh Fight

There is an old Chassidic tale of a Rebbe who was with his wife in his study, when a complainant burst in and told the Rebbe his side of a fight.  After giving his version of what happened, he was … Continue reading

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Questions Ought Not Scare You

“One day when I was young,” said my father, “I opened a history book and read for the first time about the horrors of the slave trade in Africa with all its gory, horrible details.”  The look of disgust was … Continue reading

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Ant Sings (Perek Shira)

(continuing on in Perek Shira, we go to the ant, who sings out a verse from Mishlei [Proverbs 6:6]:  “Go to the ant, indolent ones, see its path and wise up”) When tasks in life seems insurmountable and work overwhelming … Continue reading

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Going Viral

I was talking it over with a friend of mine, she of the weblogs and webinars.  Her advisor was telling her she had to make her posts go viral.  And I got to thinking, we have a bigger job, my friends.  … Continue reading

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