Monthly Archives: September 2014

Day 13: Transcendent Tuesday

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

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Day 12: The Soul Lives On

One of the traditions during this season is to visit the burial places of our loved ones. Yesterday, I visited the graves of my grandfather, Harry Umansky, my great great grandparents, Etta and Eli Glass and my paternal grandparents David … Continue reading

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Day 11: Be a Blessing: Beyond Your Reach is Within Your Grasp

40 Days are just the beginning. Take a moment to read – Be a Blessing. Use the next few days to solidify your commitments. Believe in yourself and know that “Beyond Your Reach is Within Your Grasp.” – Rabbi Daniel … Continue reading

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Day 10: Our Elijah Moment

I may have seen Elijah the prophet this past week at the Cove and he lives in Springdale. Before I share the rest of the story, here is a little background. Who was the prophet Elijah and why do we … Continue reading

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Day 9: Creating Memories for a Lifetime

For the next few days I will be sending some High Holiday sermons I shared in past couple of years. May they be a source of inspiration and blessing. Shanah Tovah to you and your families. The story is told … Continue reading

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