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Is Peace Possible?

in Book Selections, Family, Personal Growth, Relationships[ 3 Comments ]

I was trying to write a post on another topic while listening to a new CD I purchased by Zade.    An impossible task…I must write about what I’m experiencing right now. I happened upon this wonderful artist by chance on a Public TV station that was showing: “One Night in Jordan…A Concert for Peace.”  Was Read More…

Closing One Year, Opening Another

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It’s hard to believe another year is closing.  Don’t you find that time seems to be moving by more quickly. I do love to look back and see how the year evolved.   Did I do what I wanted, what did I miss and what surprises surface that I didn’t anticipate? This is the time I go Read More…

Make Meal Time Special

in Family, Health[ 2 Comments ]

Today’s hurried world puts relaxing and quality mealtimes at the bottom of many people’s life.   Most families have two working adults so time is limited and kids are scheduled with all sorts of after school activities.  Technology keeps us busy responding 24/7 to outside stimuli.  What about the adult that lives alone…they may not be Read More…

Is TV Really Restful?

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For most people, TV viewing is aligned with letting go and relaxing.   We work hard all day and now we deserve a rest.   TV is our entertainment.  Yet, I don’t feel rested when I watch TV.  As a matter of fact, I feel more drugged than rested.  What about you…how do you feel? The reason Read More…

What Have I Learned From The Holidays

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It’s been a busy holiday season for me.    On Tuesday night, I hosted the Hanukkah Hush Hush (our version of Secret Santa) for the family.   In the past, we did this gathering at the end of January or beginning of February, but this year four members of the family are further away and are now Read More…