“You should pay more attention to who you’re with. This is the Middle East.”
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For the end of Elul
Has pounced upon us
Why couldn’t they be named Richard?
“Wait, Sender, don’t touch!”
I’d turn my back gladly on exile,
It’s all I need to make the poem real.
The soul inside me is the last foreign language I am learning.
“That whole story. It really happened.”
Be seated, be seated, holy guests.
How can we hope to hear the princess sing?
All material things
Vibrate with soft voices
That murmur in our dreams.
Light your Shabbos candles
And let me hear your voice.
Here is good, yes? We are one, yes?
This person is a human who is created in the image of Hashem, and their worth is far greater than that of “a clerk in a bank”.
Note to self: always eat the food that Israelis offer you. Also, when you’re in a position to help, don’t inquire politely; just barge in.
“Ready for your walk?”
Guest blogger MyrtleRising shares her views on a new tell-all book about Rabbi Eliezer Berland, called One in a Generation: Into Exile.
One of Sasson’s regular contributors, Nesanel Yoel Saffron, aka, The Soul Foodie, shares a video on how to make no-fail Pesach mayonnaise.
In any situation, including writing a book review, where one must protect someone from harm, there are five rules that govern what one may say.