Monthly Archives: April 2011
This week, I am experiencing an eerie calm. I am totally exhausted from Yom Tov and moving at a snail’s pace. And yet, Hashem is guiding me and helping “make” Shabbos in my house. Today, I broke all of my … Continue reading
Over Pesach, when I had neither time nor opportunity to write, I was filled with meaningful and powerful things to say. The words were dancing in my head. Yesterday, with Yom Tov over and life returning to normal, my mind … Continue reading
A restful reminder of true priorities.
With the Pesach around the corner, the cleaning incomplete, and the in-laws scheduled to arrive, it will be a challenge to keep calm this week:)
I bought my one year old new shoes last night. This morning, he brought me his shoes, insisted I put them on and led me to the door. He was not very impressed when I didn’t let him go outside … Continue reading
Pesach is a holiday almost exclusively dedicated to passing on our traditions to our children. We are commanded to tell the story of the Exodus from Egypt to our children, to make it feel like we are reliving the experience … Continue reading