Daily Archives: June 18, 2014

A typical day

This image was inspired by the Daily Prompt ‘Rare Medium’. The challenge: to describe a typical day in your life — but do it in a form or in a medium you’ve rarely — if ever – used before. I chose … Continue reading

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Practicing wise restraint

Recently, I read a great post from Rabbi Jeff Goldwasser, on his blog ‘Reb Jeff’, entitled: ‘The 14th Day of the Omer‘, where he speaks about setting limits for yourself and practicing wise restraint, not only to keep yourself from … Continue reading

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Honoring Righteous Gentiles by Being Righteous Ourselves – From Rabbi Judy in Israel

Originally posted on torahbuzz:
At the entrance of Israel’s Holocaust Museum, Yad Vashem, is a most beautiful garden lined with carob trees planted to honor the righteous gentiles of the Holocaust. The Hebrew word charuv, carob, is connected to the…

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