May you be inscribed
for a new year of
Continue reading L’Shana Tova, Y’all
It’s the last day of Elul. As I wrote on the first day, when the period of self-assessment begins, we are now 30 days into the 40 day period of determining how we can make our lives- and the lives of others- better. (You can also search for Elul in the index to the left and see more of my thoughts on this “resolution-making” period.)
Continue reading Last Day of Elul
Holy smokes! I may have gotten a special advantage because of a life-long problem I’ve had.
A little bit of context. I was born with a compromised respiratory system. Thanks to a mom who smoked non-stop from the time she was about 16 until she was almost 50. And, she only stopped then because I informed her she wouldn’t be coming to my wedding if she smoked another cigarette.
Continue reading A side benefit?
Can you believe it? There are 600 clinics across the United States that provide stem cell treatments! Claiming they’ll fix your spinal cord break, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s, and ALS, among other ailments.
Continue reading Nipped in the bud?
You know how I feel about corporations and their commitment to shareholders, employees, and communities. Well, this is a warning how one company that’s been trying to do all the right things may be subject to a plundering.
Continue reading It’s what we do, not what we say
I apologize. This is a long post (almost 1300 words)- but I need to provide vital information so you can be protected. And, I didn’t want to split this over 2 posts.
Continue reading Oops? This is way more than oops.
You know, I don’t have the ridiculous fear of the number 13. Not that I have no fears- I’ve got plenty of my own irrational fears. But, not of the number 13.
Continue reading Triskaidekaphobia