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Stripping away cultural inheritance
Stripping away cultural inheritance

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I keep hearing ‘God-given rights’. I want to know:  what are those rights?  Seriously?! If those rights are based on something that isn’t factual, frequent repetition of those words doesn’t by default make them law. If those oft-repeated rights are based…

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There was a tiny visitor in our home for a week – an adorable replica of her Dada – a little 1 1/2 year old who has her Bubbe and Grandpa utterly smitten. As her parents traveled the southeastern states for a wonderful road-trip week of re-connection, we…

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An overload of work, combined with the sheer overwhelm of ‘letting things go’ during the overload, resulted in a paralysis of sorts. Then spring temperatures arrived and the daylight lengthened – and a dear friend said “send me some pictures” when I told…

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  Fall splendor in the Midwest.  A diversity of colors and textures.

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Like an unexpected stop sign on a long straightaway, a recent post contained a snippet that caused me to come screeching to a halt to examine my life and general outlook. Who am I, really? What are my goals, truly? How do I define my expectations, and are…

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How often in life do you find someone who hits all the notes? Seriously.  I’m not talking about ringing your orgasmic bell in multiple positions, I’m talking about what makes up your whole being, the tune, the tremor, the composition, the key.  A human…

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We celebrated this little beauty’s first year recently.  An astonishing fact, considering how quickly this time has lapsed. It’s been a blurry year.  One of those mind-numbing, day-in and day-out, so many similarities that they all blend together sort of…

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Sh’ma Yisra’eil – Return to the Law. Torah Law, that is… the religion of the Hebrews. I can keep it, it’s not terrifically hard, but it doesn’t matter. Outside the land – It doesn’t matter. I can live my life restrained only by civil law – eat, drink and…

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Oh Almighty, God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. I and my predecessors and my offspring have sinned and done exceedingly wrong before you. Your laws have been spurned and cast aside, your priests denied and your dwelling treated as naught. Your creation has…
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