Month: July 2018

What Are We Looking For?

A few years ago, we moved. “Downsized and modernized” was my mantra. We lived on a small block with a lot of activities – annual Labor Day Block party, December holiday gatherings. There was even a communal snow blower. Picture

Words and Tone Matter

My doctor’s office is filled with signs as to the “Do’s and Don’ts”. And it often seems more are about the “Don’ts”. “If you need a referral, we need at least One week”. “You need to provide your co-pay at

High Holy Days: It’s an Opportunity

Many of us have the annual debate: whether the High Holy Days are early or late this year. If Rosh Hashanah falls soon after Labor Day – as it does this year on September 9th – pundits comment that the

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