Monthly Archives: September 2014

Forbidden Relationships Listed in Yom Kippur Torah Reading

One of portions of the Torah read out loud on Yom Kippur (during the Mincha service) contains a listing of deviant sexuality and relationships that are forbidden because “Anee Hashem” for G-d Himself has declared them so. We are not scared of discussing … Continue reading

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Dreaming Ourselves Big

About ten years ago the National Institute of Health issued a press release aimed at senior citizens.  It had been prompted by a study which found that if seniors would imagine taking their medications, they would be more likely to remember … Continue reading

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Spill Out Your Heart Like Water

Spill Out Your Heart Like Water [Some quick lessons in meanings.  Tefilla means prayer and in Yiddish we say Davening for praying.  King David said:  Shifchi Kamayim Leebaych Nochach Pnay Hashem – -Spill out your heart like water facing G-d.] … Continue reading

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No Fear of Failure, No Fear of Inadequacies

FEAR OF FAILURE, FEAR OF INADEQUACIES BEGONE! Did you ever wonder why some folks won’t even bother trying to be great, even though they have all the talents and opportunity to be great?  Sometimes, the reason is the fear of … Continue reading

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