Category Archives: Religion
Cooperative overlapping — talking as another person continues to speak — is typical of Jewish conversational style, according to linguist Deborah Tannen, and can be a way of showing interest and appreciation. Maybe it really can’t be helped, I’ve tried … Continue reading
I heard your voice in the wind today and I turned to see your face .. The warmth of the wind caressed me as I stood silently in place. I felt your touch in the sun today as its warmth … Continue reading
Visits from the Other Side “When deceased loved ones want you to know that they’re around, one way they might do that is to send messengers from the animal kingdom: small, brightly-colored bugs, birds and butterflies are not an uncommon … Continue reading
Yizkor is a memorial service which is recited on Yom Kippur as well as the last days of Passover, Shavuot, and Sukkot. Yizkor, which is the Hebrew word for “remember”, asks G-d to remember those we mourn and to grant … Continue reading
Did you see this story on GMA this morning? Well, just in case you missed it, I want to share it with you now! I know most of my readers won’t click on the links I provide, so here is … Continue reading
My children each year ask me the same question. After thinking about it, I decided I’d give them my real answer: What do I want for Chanukah? I want you. I want you to keep coming around, I want you … Continue reading
May all your wishes come true before you die! Let no good deed go unnoticed! Rest your mind and your heart! We have 365 days to work on this, only you can make it happen, will you?