Tag Archives: Ekev

Eikev: Letting go

Before I had my first child, my older and wiser sister told me  that being a parent was “one long letting go.”  I have passed that wisdom on to other about-to-be mothers, for truly it has became my mantra these … Continue reading

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Eikev: Lyric-al love

“What’s love got to do with it?” Well, unlike Tina Turner, who thinks that “who needs a heart when a heart can be broken” this week’s parasha takes a much more positive view of love.  It’s only in this book … Continue reading

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Shabbat V’Etchanan 5770

My son asked me a question this morning as I was dropping him off at day camp.  It was the sort of question you really should have a lot of time to answer, but naturally, he gave me about five … Continue reading

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