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It is so easy to feel that our days are endless, that there will always be more time. And yet, think how many would do anything—give anything—for just one more day in their life. For just one more day in the life of someone they loved...
I love my sleep. And I need it desperately. Though it is something I rarely get. If I am lucky, I have about five hours of shut eye a night. If I am lucky. Many other nights that is reduced to only four, sometimes three. Being that I get up at 7:00 am to ...
When I think about all the moments I have missed because they weren’t happening at a good time for me, I cringe. Those moments are gone, never to be experienced again. But there will be new ones. And those new ones I can be present for, if I readjust my s...
How quickly can you recall – with some specificity – what you did yesterday? Sure, you can probably do it, but how long will it take you? How about last Wednesday? If you're like me, you spend a lot of energy responding to responsibilities of the moment, ...
Two things happened this past week. One of them made national headlines, the other, for reason that aren't clear, didn't. I have a feeling, though, that the events are related.
As I contemplate my next unit of time, my eyes are on the Selfless Fund. Something tells me it will be a great investment.
I had written the quote on its own page, for I must have intrinsically felt its importance. It read: “There is nothing so whole as a broken heart...”
By Shoshanah Brombacher
Artist’s Statement: Said the Sassover Rebbe: "Whoever has not one hour for himself, he is not a mentsh, not human." This is very true for busy New Yorkers and others. Dedicate at least one hour a day to being a mentsh and doing a mitzvah, a kindness, or s...
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