Joyce looked up. “Why won’t you let me come on holidays?”
Archives for March 2018
If the evidence for vaccine safety and effectiveness is so overwhelming and incontrovertible, then why are so many of the rabbinical and medical ‘experts’ on vaccines in the orthodox Jewish community trying to close down the debate before it even begins?
Can I check my emotions or am I a slave?
Book Review: Small Choices, Big Changes by Sarah Pachter (Targum Publishers 2017), 255 pp. Reviewed by Devorah Talia Gordon In Small Choices, Big Changes, Sarah Pachter explores fundamental facets of Jewish life with clarity and wit. From the seemingly mundane to the more elevated parts of life, Pachter draws rich lessons that the reader can easily integrate into Read more
I’m so glad to be alive.
Nati eyed Joe with a puzzled face. “Get back?”
Eli feels he’s choking; it’s too much; it’s not him.
The Memoirs of Gluckel The Memoirs of Gluckel of Hameln, which span from 1686 to 1719, is a fascinating autobiography from a frum, German Jewish mother of 14 who also worked as a businesswoman. Though she was married off at the tender age of 14, she was highly educated and opinionated in Torah as well Read more
You taught that giving leads to love, so why is it that the more I give, the more exhausted and resentful I feel?”
Am I mean and nasty? A client asked me: “Are you mean and nasty to your children?” I seem pretty caring and interested in sessions. But is it for real? Maybe when the full moon appears I’m something like a Jekyll & Hyde. My client wants to know. Truth be told, children can drive parents right to the Read more