Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Song of the Fox

[Each force in nature sings a song of sorts.  And each one teaches us something.  And here, for the children (and for the child in all of us) is the fox narrative.] Sneaky guy, creeping along trying to trick one … Continue reading

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All Good That G-d Gives

  A DASH OF BAD FOR GOOD Heaps of delicious ingredients could go to utter waste If a little bit of salt doesn’t coax out amazing taste A big bucket of white paint can be still whiter when A little … Continue reading

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Age Old Questioning and Kvetching, “why do the good suffer?” and other attempts to try to understand a nonunderstandable G-d

“The Rock’s (Almighty) works are perfect, all His ways are just…there is no injustice…” The statement that “life isn’t fair” isn’t a Jewish concept.  Hashem is perfect.  Therefore, anything He does is perfect.  We might not understand it, but that … Continue reading

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