I was reading the Washington Post the other day , when it was discussing a study group that spent 22 years reviewing the Tora (the Five Books of Moses), under the direction of their rabbi, Rav Stuart Weinblatt. Which reminded me of what actions a group of us from my old synagogue accomplished.
Interestingly, we have become overcome with baloney holidays (Grandparents Day, Secretary’s Day, Clergy Appreciation Day, Bosses Day…that should be MORE than enough). obviously, these are critical to the financial success of Hallmark and American Greetings- and not many other folks.
We all know that learning a language is much easier when we are younger. Learning two languages (one would be your native one) means it will be much easier to learn a third or even a fourth (regardless if they are or are not related to one another).
I just finished reading a really terrible book. One for which I had high hopes. (No, I won’t insult the author by giving you his name or the book title. Even though I think he deserves such condemnation.) After it, it purported to discern whether mathematics could prove or disprove the existence of the Supreme Being.