Monthly Archives: September 2014

Guilt vs Shame

Originally posted on Coffee Shop Rabbi:
Eve after the Fall, by Rodin The soul-searching of Elul can be healthy and productive. It helps us to get back on track. It can provide the push we need to resolve unfinished business. It…

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Blog Elul 11-15

My thoughts on #BlogElul 11-15: Count, Trust, Forgive, Remember and Learn. #BlogElul 11: COUNT Count your everyday ordinary blessings, for the little things in life are what you miss most when they are gone. #BlogElul 12: TRUST #BlogElul 13: FORGIVE … Continue reading

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Blog Elul 6 to 10

My thoughts o Blog Elul 6-10: Search, Be, Believe, Hear and See. #BlogElul 6: SEARCH “Why do you so earnestly seek the truth in distant places? Look for delusion and truth in the bottom of your own heart.” ― Ryokan … Continue reading

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Blog Elul

  It’s Elul, so thanks to Rabbi Phyllis Sommer @imabima it’s time for BlogElul again. It’s a time where I enjoy sharing everyone’s reflections and thoughts. To be honest, I can’t really claim to blog Elul, because I tweet it. … Continue reading

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The Same Kind of Magic

This post from Blogger ‘A Sign Of Life’ is just enchanting and takes me back to my childhood.   The Same Kind of Magic.  

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