Monthly Archives: September 2010

Day 35: Life After Death

Confrontation with death deepens our appreciation of life. When all in life seems right, we are tempted to take our health and blessings for granted. Only upon learning of the precariousness of life, do we take a deep breath, pray … Continue reading

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Day 34: Miracle Monday

Why is this Monday different from any other Monday during the year? The answer has nothing to do with Passover. Rather, Judaism teaches that this is the first Monday of the New Year and embedded in the day is the … Continue reading

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Day 32: One Act of Kindness

What was the most famous home run in history? It was the home run swatted by Bobby Thompson of the NY Giants with his team losing by two runs in the bottom of the ninth against the Brooklyn Dodgers on … Continue reading

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Day 33: Did We Dance?

Many years ago when I visited Israel during the second Intifada, I heard a chilling story from a Rabbi who had recently moved to Israel. The year was 2002 and I was on the first North American mission following the … Continue reading

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Day 29: One Day

This morning my daughter Tamar asked if she could read me her school class schedule. Realizing this was her first time with a personal organization plan, I asked her why she was so excited to read it to me. She … Continue reading

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