How does one properly turn all of the tangentially related thoughts into a cohesive, linear text? The last few weeks have been a buzz of activity in my corner of the world; and with good reason, the trend doesn't look to end for quite a while yet. In an attempt to catch all the thoughts,…Read more Growth and Progress
"Is darkness a fact of life? Yes. However, it is still portrayed as wrong within the narrative context. That's where the difference is."
With the official notice of having to be completely moved out by the 31st of December, and the inability to spend Thanksgiving at home with my family for the first time, last week held a number of challenges for me. Additionally, the church I typically attend on Sundays (as opposed to my Torah-Observant Shabbat church/synagogue)…Read more On Change
Tak thre steps back, and thre steps forth, and this do agyn. Turn over the left shulder wherin the first and the third man take the place of the other and the second steps forth. Thusly repeat thryce until all are at their place. Three Steps Back... This has been the description, to some small…Read more Steps
There are three themes that seem to best describe today, and in all reality, they cover most of the hats I wear on a regular basis. First comes to mind was the dismantling process of my Sukkah today as the onset of sunset marked the end of the Feast of Sukkot. It's been an interesting…Read more A Most Notable Monday
The notification kindly reminded me that it's been eleven days since my last post, a mark I'd hoped to avoid this early on, but such is life. Eleven days is just over a week, right? Not too much must have happened, or else I would have made myself notes to write on...right? Wrong. There's so…Read more Catching Up
Blow ye the trumpet in Zion, and sound an alarm in my holy mountain: let all the inhabitants of the land tremble: for the day of the LORD cometh, for it is nigh at hand. Joel 2:1 L'Shanah Tovah! On this Day of Trumpets, the return to the mundane requirements of life outside of the…Read more Regarding Preparedness