Monthly Archives: February 2015

The Man On 23rd St.

TweetMost people who walk on 23rd St between 7th Ave and 9th Ave notice an older, homeless man with kind features and long white hair. This homeless man has all his possessions piled into six or seven shopping carts. The … Continue reading

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Let’s Welcome Adar: The Month of Joy

TweetYesterday, sitting in a Kabbalah lesson. I was struck by an idea that was presented by the teacher, Rabbi David Ingber. He talked about the meaning of the Jewish month of Adar (אֲדָר,) which is the current month we are … Continue reading

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Winter Blaahs & Blissipline

TweetWhen we pay close attention to ourselves, we find out that our Defensive Self is constantly interfering with our natural flow of joy. It is relentlessly judging, ourselves and others, criticizing, and trying to control everything around us. Deeply anxious … Continue reading

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A Trick to Transformation

TweetWhile we go through the heart of the winter with the long, dark, cold nights, it is good to remind ourselves not to resist the feelings that this season brings up in us. If we can keep ourselves open to … Continue reading

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