Category: Perspective

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The tricycle that was still there

This morning I peeked out my window.  I noticed something that might not seem earth-shattering…that my son’s tricycle sitting at the edge of the sidewalk was still there.  This might seem like an obvious...

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The greatest Showwoman

I recently went to watch “the greatest showman” and boy was it an uplifting movie that left me with this good feeling, where all differences were embraced, where values of family and love are...

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The robin’s egg

Today I stepped out of my car and to my delight I found a complete cyan colored Robin’s egg.   I pointed it out to my 3 year old hoping it would inspire him about...

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Stress free Pesach

I’d like to describe why I love pesach and have absolutely no anxiety going in I’ve recently spoken with a bunch of friends that have commented how stressed they are over pesach.  They were...

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Kintsugi

After a rough day of really feeling broken, a friend sent me the most unbelievable clip. It described the Japanese art form of Kintsugi. When a beautiful dish breaks in Japan, people do not...

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The last Supper?

Ahh,  Dinner time.  The time statistically proven to keep families healthier together for longer…. or maybe not? I’m going to describe my dinner time last night.  I should be awarded a medal of valor...

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Pancake Fail

I’m not sure why pancakes are featured so much in my posts.  I think food is way we express love to others.   Sometimes though meeting a child’s physical needs is not enough.  Yesterday was...

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Really looking in the mirror

It’s been an amazing few months of transformation for me.  Perhaps that is why I’m able to express myself publicly, where before I would rather stay hidden safely within myself.  One of the things...

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Fighting a swastika

When I was a young girl living in my ex Hare Krishna hotel house we had a few anti-sematic incidences.  One of them remains strongly engrained in my head.  Not just the experience, but...