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Parallel Journeys
I look at my face in those pictures and see my innocence: How I thought things would stay that way forever, sharing a journey with Etty, sharing our lives.
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Good girls don’t ask, I was told
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I often search for ways to add freshness to days that feel boring
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I want to become a vessel ready to catch and contain the brachah around me
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"As long as everyone’s chilled and happy (and you take along good food J) you can have fun anywhere!"
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They say, at the end of the day, it’s not really a big deal. What they don’t tell you is no one else believes that They say cicadas are loud. What they don’t tell you is that every time you open your door, you’ll be hit by what sounds like a faint car alarm that
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“Harav Silver, forgive the intrusion, but couldn’t a conversation about a teddy bear wait until we’ve closed tonight’s issue?"
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An inner voice says, “Why don’t you listen to your children singing, instead of obsessing over ancient history like a broken record?”
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