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#blogElul 2017 – Elul 9: See

There is seeing and there is seeing. Glancing versus observing. Scanning versus scrutinizing. In moments of anger/angst I have avoided, evaded eluded, deluded but rarely, if ever, denuded. Viewing rage’s effects only on self is an empty exercise creating a … Continue reading

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#blogElul 2017 – Day 4: Choose

                    When I was a kid, the grand issues of the day were easily resolved: Stick ball or ringolevio? One, two, three…shoot! Who’s up first – my team or yours? One … Continue reading

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#BlogElul 2017 – Day 2: Search

Somewhere, there must be a way away from demons devouring the quintessence of my Neshama destroying the marrow growing the cells of love and kindness drinking my lifeblood vampires on a feeding orgy leaving only an empty shell. Please, God, … Continue reading

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A Response to and Challenge about the Charlie Hebdo Killings

I’m posting this with the permission of Robin Einzig, a brilliant and creative friend of mine, who posted this on FaceBook today. Robin is a deep thinker, as you’ll be able to tell. I have committed to do this. I … Continue reading

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9/11…The Five Stages of Grief

September 11, 2001 September 11th 9/11 Synonymous with grief, pain the end of an age of innocence invincibility invulnerability. Terrorism evoking terror as it was intended to do. Ten years later, we still grieve. Still, we grieve. Thus it was … Continue reading

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