Today is the 7th day of Pesach. For the past year, the Eqyptians have been beset by the Ten Plagues. Dam, Tzfardaya, Kinim.. In English: Blood. Frogs. Lice. Wild Beasts. Pestilence. Boils. Hail. Locusts. Darkness. Slaying of the First-born. We’ve put blood on our doorposts to protect us from that last plague. And, now we are free, on the edge of Yam Suf, the Sea of Reeds.
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I had a slew of clients sell their homes this past year. Probably because the market rebounded and they thought they would finally come out ahead.
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I’ve written about the need for logistics (here’s but one example) in all sorts of firms before. And, perusing the pages of a new book by Edward Humes (Door to Door), I was reminded how, given the internet, procurement of raw materials and sales of products and services really crosses many boundaries.
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I’ve always been tempted to use solar energy for my home. But, in the places I’ve lived, it never seemed practical.
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When my mom died, I wanted to keep her house; my brother wanted to sell it. Not very much different from the scenarios I see when I serve as trustee for various estates.
Continue reading When ‘in-common’ is in strife
Wow. A Friday night Pesach (Passover). Back when I was a little boy, I remember the first time that occurred in my lifetime (short as it was). It was something special. Because of the extra prayers tonight- and tomorrow night, when Shabat ends.
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Tomorrow is Earth Day. Yup, there have been 46 celebrations of this event.
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