Tag Archives: marriage

Reviewing Two Important Books

You don’t have to be around me very long to figure out that I have one single driving passion, one thought and prayer that is always with me, one desire at the core of my being that everything else revolves … Continue reading

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Two Winters, A Button and Martin Madan

While I may not have written much lately, life has been very busy and I continue to dig and learn. Part of that process is reading and I have several titles to share. Of particular interest are two works of … Continue reading

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Musing: The angst inducing chains of tradition…

Lately, I have been pondering the chains of tradition and why they cause us such angst when we make a break from the accepted warped norms.  I recall the first six months of our transition to Torah and remember multiple … Continue reading

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Dividing and Gathering

During last week’s Torah Portion, Tommy and Dorothy Wilson, while leading the Shabbat discussion at the Second B’ney Yosef Congress, made a statement that I found very interesting and insightful.  Of course, the Portion was Bresheit and their focus was … Continue reading

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Sabbath and Marriage. Interesting thought.

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