“Making dinner at this hour?” she exclaimed. “At this hour? Where’d you go after work?”
Archives for July 2018
Equal Opportunity You don’t have to be the parent of a special needs child to read this one. You don’t have to have had a parent who didn’t parent properly to connect to this one. You don’t have to have experienced illness or a major trauma to absorb this one. But read on anyhow to Read more
On Tu B’Av maidens dressed in white
borrowed robes with flowers in their hair,
dance in the fields under vines until night.
Wings, prayers and the cosmic comic conspiracy Lately at home we’ve been invaded by wings. Chicken wings, that is. It’s my fault. They’ve been on sale and I can’t resist a bargain. But beyond that, I just find them to be a good, easy-to-make food you can cook a million ways. My wife is less Read more
So…if with children one was blessed
Appreciate them, that may be your test.
A sapling unattended in a
The morning that changed my life started like all the others.
“This is a world war between the culture of Israel and the culture of Edom.”
Just as no other place in the world has a heart like the heart of Jerusalem, no other Talmud teacher is quite like ours.
Jerusalem, no more do you cast your light.
No more a pinnacle of joy in men’s eyes,
Your days are drowned with night.