Tag Archives: Compassion

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Feelings and Thoughts

There’s probably nothing more important to parents than our kids’ well-being, their growth toward independence, and their ability to thrive in this world as both kids and adults.  And it’s our job to make that happen.  Our job to provide the resources, experiences, and dispositions that will help them be who they want to be and achieve what they want to achieve.  We want that really badly, and we take… Read Article →

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Blessing Our Counting

In Jewish sacred time, this is the season of counting. Every day, from the second night of Passover to the festival of Shavuot, we literally count our days. The period is known as the Omer, originally rooted in the agricultural rhythms of ancient Israel, a time of both anxiety and anticipation, as farmers waited to see what the season’s first harvest would yield. Today, we mark the period of the Omer… Read Article →