Monthly Archives: March 2015

#blogExodus – Day 10: Join

Not much of interest came to mind last night as I tried to write about “Join” in the context of Exodus. I wrote myself a list, which included the Israelites joining together as a people after being freed from slavery, … Continue reading

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#blogExodus – Day 9: Bitter

Bitter herbs – maror – that’s the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about “bitter” in the context of Exodus, and the upcoming Seder. Maror – representing the bitterness of slavery suffered by our ancestors. A life of … Continue reading

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#blogExodus – Day 8: Rise

After the first seven days of this #blogExodus exercise, I have come to see that there’s a little bit of everything in the Exodus story. Rising initially arises in the story as a taboo. God commands the Israelites, when they’re … Continue reading

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Are New Yorkers A Bunch Of Rude Idiots Who Need Schooling?

Originally posted on Wright Words:
I have a super long commute. Sometimes, when the Long Island Rail Road and New York subway systems are off kilter, my round trip takes upwards of 5 hours. I’m traveling with as many as…

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The Great Snow Job – Day 26

      No no no no no no no no no no no no no no no more snow! Time for a new series – nothing extreme, just a bit of frivolity to entice my muse’s return. Each night, … Continue reading

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The Great Snow Job – Day 25

    Such lovely melting dog wandered around the yard new snow tomorrow.   Time for a new series – nothing extreme, just a bit of frivolity to entice my muse’s return. Each night, I’ll post a haiku about snow, … Continue reading

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All My Life’s a Circle: Respect Across the Lifespan

Originally posted on Visible Child:
“We are once an adult, and twice a child.” I’ve been away. As ever, I have a lot of blog posts in the works, halfway or quarter-way written, a few with just a title and…

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