Monthly Archives: May 2014

Life Experience of Elders — Spares Us Our Own Mistakes

That there is a problem with a book I wrote is quite an obvious thing that I’ve figured out – that I wish I could undo.  That is so because every time I read that work, the word THAT jumps out … Continue reading

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Shadowed by G-d, Hashem Tzeelcha

King David says “Hashem Tzeelcha” G-d is your shadow. A shadow is true to the object from which it is cast.  If an elm tree is swaying in the wind, its shadow will waver and sway at the same pace.  … Continue reading

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Give More Than You Take. Put Forth Work.

“Yagia Kapecha Kee Sochal, Ashrecha V’Tov Lach” [In Tehillim/Psalms 120:2, Dovid Hamelech writes “When you eat the fruits of your labor, you are fortunate/happy and good is yours”] A baby is born with hands clenched wanting to grab and grasp … Continue reading

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