Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Inclusion Confession

Originally posted on Zeh Lezeh (For One Another):
By: Rabbi Rebecca Schorr The central section of the Yom Kippur liturgy is the public confession known as the “viddui.” Originally patterned after the priestly narrative of Yom Kippur in Leviticus 16,…

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Tell It Like It Is

Tracey Chapman “Tell It Like It Is”: Some lyrics just speak to you Say it say it say it Tell it like it is What breaks your heart What keeps you awake at night What makes you want to breakdown … Continue reading

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Here we go: up; down; backwards; forwards; around and around

Swing This soul was born for battle My heart was built for war These eyes see through the lies Filled with disgust   You’ll find a sickness at the core A septic carcass rotting out Guilty is as guilty does … Continue reading

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Reasons … Justifications … Excuses

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#BlogElul 28 Give: Spending time on other things

Originally posted on Off the REKord:
Time seems particularly precious this time of year.  With the holidays approaching–so close that they are nearly on top of us–it can be hard to find the time to put effort into other matters.…

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