Tag Archives: Spirituality

Prolifer – (and Sara was the epitome -she lived every day of her life)

When the alarm clock rang this morning I sulked about a new day dawning “Yuk,” said I, “what a botheration “to endure the new day’s frustration.” Pro-choice?  Shouldn’t I be the one to choose? But, alas, life doesn’t allow for … Continue reading

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AVATAR – A REBETZIN IN CYBERSPACE

Am re-posting this speculative musing I had put up a couple years back.  This here Rebbetzin found she has many pokey-manna to gather… NEXT STOP IN REALITY –A REBBETZIN TEACHING IN AVATAR LAND This article addresses avatars and virtual reality … Continue reading

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Jacob’s Ladder – Parshas Vayeitzay – a bridge from earth to heaven

In this week’s upcoming Parshas Vayaytzah, we are taught of the dream of Yaakov, the dream of a ladder that had its feet on the ground and its head reached into heavens.  There are many different messages being told by … Continue reading

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My Classmate Alan Rode Off On My Dime (value of small things often outweigh big)

Alan. He became a legend in my house.  During second grade he and I spent a huge part of our day rewriting the school library’s encyclopedia as punishment for our misbehavior.  Neither of us was of the goody-goody two-shoe variety.  … Continue reading

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Beyond Man’s Calculations

BEYOND MAN’S CALCULATIONS The Chofetz Chaim, in his commentary on Parshas Pinchas points out a startling fact.  The Tribe of Dan was one of the largest of the tribes at that point in history, far larger than many other tribes, … Continue reading

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When the Donkey Brays and When the Stupid Speak – Friendly Fire in Speech

You and I like to believe that we are of the saner side of the human race, those who do not want to inflict pain and harm on another person.  Yet, often, we end up doing just that, through thoughtless … Continue reading

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Fingers Squarely on the Keyboard

It was my most prolific of writing days.  I had woken up early morning to write.  Though I usually go to sleep early with intentions of waking ere dawn, most mornings finds me safely wrapped in my quilt, way after … Continue reading

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